Proposal for cannabis business at Wilton bowling alley lacks … – Lewiston Sun Journal

Mike Collins bowls July 2022 at Meadow Lanes Bowling Alley in Wilton. Frank Berenyi, owner of MarijuanaVille in Waterville, has proposed buying the property and using part of it for a medical marijuana dispensary but he has not filed an application with the Planning Board. Kay Neufeld/Franklin Journal file

WILTON — With no application filed to convert part of the Meadow Lanes Bowling Alley into a medical marijuana dispensary, the future of the building remains uncertain.

The bowling alley at 907 U.S. Route 2 is for sale.

Last month, the Planning board held a public hearing on the issue but with no application from potential buyer Frank Berenyi, owner of MarijuanaVille in Waterville, it was moved to July 6. Because it was not on the agenda, there was no discussion.

At the June public hearing, Berenyi said he planned to convert part of the bowling alley into a dispensary and keep eight of the 16 lanes open. The dispensary would occupy 3,000 square feet, have have a separate entrance and strictly be a retail space for medical marijuana.

Berenyi’s said his original intention was to use the entire space for retail and cannabis cultivation. However, upon visiting  the

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