Vassalboro planners have one application on agenda

by Mary Grow

Vassalboro Planning Board members have one application on their Dec. 6 agenda, before they continue discussion of adding a section regulating commercial solar developments to the town’s Site Review Ordinance.

Joseph O’Donnell has applied for a medical marijuana grow facility at 960 Main Street, in North Vassalboro. The business will be on the third floor of a building owned by Ed Marcoux, the agenda says; maps show it just north of the Olde Mill complex.

Because the planned facility will cover less than 1,000 square feet, it needs a local site review permit, but not a local marijuana business license.

The planning board meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, in the town office meeting room.


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