Shaya Brodchandel, the CEO of Secaucus-based cannabis company Harmony Dispensary, has been waiting for this day for months, if not years.
After Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law legalizing recreational cannabis Monday, medical dispensaries will be allowed to sell recreationally once they prove they have enough supply to cover the medical users they serve. Harmony, which plans to open a satellite location in Hoboken, has so far only sold cannabis to patients with medical cards. But now that the law is in place, Harmony is “expanding, as of today,” Brodchandel said, embarking on new construction and preparing to grow new cannabis plants.
“We’ve all planned for this day, obviously,” he said.
Like Brodchandel, Hudson County municipalities have been waiting for this day. Now that recreational cannabis is legal, the…