Some Connecticut towns and cities are already beginning to formulate studies about how and where recreational marijuana will be sold in their communities, if at all, in 2022.
The town of Prospect, Connecticut, a 10-minute drive east of Waterbury, has already made up its’ mind. Prospect Mayor Robert Chatfield told Hearst Connecticut Media that the Planning & Zoning Commission voted unanimously to rule out the sale of recreational cannabis in Prospect.
I would venture to guess that we will see at least one dispensary in Connecticut’s largest cities, which go from one to five in this order; Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, and Waterbury.
The new legislation recently passed allows towns and cities to regulate where it can be sold. City officials in West Hartford, New Britain, and Bristol have already decided…