The December 31st deadline for opting out of marijuana retail sales and on-site consumption has passed, but we still don’t know some communities’ decisions. The Citizen reports there’s been no official word out of the town of Sempronius and Throop. The towns ... MORE
One yes and 0ne no in Skaneateles and Corning. The Citizen and WENY-TV report both communities agreed to allow retail marijuana sales, but both opted out of the opportunity to allow on site consumption. Under New York’s marijuana legalization law, municipalities have ... MORE
New data provided by the Associations of Towns of New York State indicates that around 9% of communities have opted out of the zoning portion of recreational marijuana legalization. What does that mean? For towns that opted out, businesses will not be ... MORE
Towns considering marijuana opt out laws will face revenue losses, economic competition if they change their minds in the future
Local elected officials in parts of the Finger Lakes and Central New York who are concerned with New York’s recreational marijuana legalization law are thinking hard about opting out. As part of the marijuana legalization package signed into law, individual municipalities have ... MORE
The Penn Yan Village Board will likely decide whether to allow retail marijuana sales within the village December 21st, just ten days before the state’s opt-out deadline. Mayor Leigh MacKerchar tells the Finger Lakes Times sentiment among village residents is evenly split ... MORE
Marijuana is legal: Can job applicants be denied if they smell like weed? What about using marijuana on ‘break’?
What happens if a person goes to work and smells like marijuana? It might seem like a silly question, but employment law experts are weighing in now that cannabis has been legalized in New York. The state’s recreational marijuana law is being ... MORE