Search
Close this search box.

Friday, April 12, 2024

Search

Cape May Bans Cannabis Businesses

Cape May Entrance Sign - File Photo.jpg

By Vince Conti

CAPE MAY – Cape May City Council June 15 adopted an ordinance banning all classes of cannabis establishments from the city.  

In doing so, the city joined many other county municipalities barring the emerging cannabis industry from setting up shop for cultivation, wholesale, distributor services, manufacture, retail and cannabis delivery services, unlike Lower Township, which recently put out a welcome mat for the industry by introducing an ordinance that would allow marijuana businesses.  

Cape May April 6 adopted an ordinance prohibiting the smoking or ingesting of cannabis products in public spaces (https://bit.ly/3u4w1Jl). In the November 2020 election, 63% of Cape May voters approved marijuana legalization.  

Spout Off

Strathmere – When all political and celebrity climate warriors convert every single private jet they own to electric propulsion, and I mean every one, then they can talk to the rest of us about our impact on the…

Read More

West Wildwood – Speaker Mike Johnson and Donald Trump are going to promote a bill to prevent non-citizens from voting. Will somebody tell them that federal law and state laws do not allow non-citizens to vote.

Read More

Sea Isle City – To all our local Police Officers and especially to our State Troopers ty for your service and please be safe! Prayers for you all! God Bless!

Read More

Most Read

Print Edition

Recommended Articles

Skip to content