Tyngsboro Select Board moves forward on land use projects – Lowell Sun

TYNGSBORO — The Select Board this week took steps forward regarding several land use projects, including a lawsuit involving the town and a proposed cannabis dispensary at 405-409 Middlesex Road, a proposed warehouse at 93 Kendall Road and several acres on Davis Road.

Owners of MJ’s Market, the Select Board, Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals are defendants in a lawsuit brought by Nature’s Remedy, an existing cannabis dispensary at 426 Middlesex Road.

MJ’s Market received a special permit and a variance from the town for a dispensary at 405-409 Middlesex Road — which is diagonally across the street from Nature’s Remedy — more than a year ago. Nature’s Remedy has challenged the special permit, and its lawsuit means MJ’s Market cannot work on the property.

At a meeting in early August, representatives of MJ’s asked the Select Board for help in resolving the issue. The board asked them to come back to this week’s meeting with financial information.

What was provided did not meet the Select Board’s expectations because MJ’s said they had to protect information that might be of interest to Nature’s Remedy.

With advice from a representative of town counsel, the board approved entering a joint

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