To be continued: Story Dispensary gets carried at Planning Board, again – The Hudson Reporter

Story Dispensary were heard before the Planning Board for the second time, but were adjourned until next week. Photo by Mark Koosau.

Story Dispensary’s quest to gain Planning Board approval for a recreational cannabis dispensary in Hoboken ended without a conclusion again on Aug. 2, as the application was adjourned to Aug. 11 due to the length of the meeting.

The applicants have sought to open a dispensary at the site of the former Hudson Tavern in the northeast part of the city, but have been dealing a with controversy over its potential impact on the neighborhood, and are facing a lawsuit by the condo association above the proposed location to stop them from setting up shop.

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Story was initially heard at a Planning Board meeting in June, but were only able to have Arron Epstein, a business partner, testify about their operational plans as he was peppered with many questions by the public, to the point where the board had adjourned the meeting due to being late at night.

Returning before the board again, Story was only able to have architect Michael Tormey testify before the board about their

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