NUTLEY, NJ — With the clock ticking, Nutley’s board of commissioners recently passed a local law banning marijuana businesses from operating in the township.
At their June 1 meeting, the Nutley Board of Commissioners held a public hearing for Ordinance 3473, voting unanimously to pass it on second reading (watch the video below).
The law bans all cannabis establishments, cannabis distributors or cannabis delivery services from operating anywhere in Nutley. Read the full text here.
Consistent with state law, there is an exception that allows services to make deliveries of recreational/medical cannabis and “related supplies” to local residents – but businesses can’t set up shop in the township.
Commissioner John Kelly, who voted in favor of the ordinance, said that the board isn’t passing the law because they don’t…