Residents to speak out on planned Plymouth, NH marijuana dispensary

More than 100 people packed into the town hall in Plymouth on Monday night, where the first public forum about a planned medical marijuana dispensary was held.

Sanctuary ATC, the nonprofit that would run the dispensary, gave residents details about how the facility would work and why they selected Plymouth.

Residents also had the chance to give their opinions on having medical marijuana for sale in their town.

Monday's meeting was part of a series of public meetings in towns where dispensaries and marijuana growing operations are proposed hosted by the state.

Some dispensaries have selected where they would like to operate, and residents will have a chance to say what they think.

Two months ago, the state chose three companies to build four medical marijuana dispensaries in New Hampshire. Sanctuary ATC said they hope to set up shop on Tenney Mountain Highway.

The company says they chose Plymouth because...

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