Village Dispensary to open in former Woody’s Chicken location – Alton Telegraph

GODFREY — The village will soon be joining Alton by getting its own cannabis dispensary.

At Tuesday night’s village board meeting, Godfrey trustees approved an ordinance granting a special use permit for Tatich 3, LLC to operate a adult-use cannabis dispensing location  at 110 W. Homer M. Adams Parkway, the former Woody’s Chicken.

The business will be called the Village Dispensary.

The idea was initially brought to Godfrey’s planning and zoning commission on Jan. 17. Jeremy Wysocki, current president and CEO of the Alton Dispensary and with Tatich 3, LLC, spoke at the commission meeting in favor of the dispensary. The commission approved the ordinance and the motion was recommended to the village board.

At the board meeting, Wysocki said that ownership of the dispensary would be split between himself, Fast Eddie’s Bon-Air Owner Eddie Sholar Jr., and Gabriel Sarikov of Golden Meds, who operates many dispensaries across the country.

Trustee Craig Lombardi brought up the current ordinance in Godfrey regarding dispensaries, which allows up to four of them to exist at one time in Godfrey. He requested that the ordinance be changed to allow only one.

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