The town of Adams will be approached by a company that wants to establish a marijuana growing facility on Howland Avenue. IBerkshires.com reports that Interim Town Administrator Donna Cesan said representatives from LC Squared will meet with the board in the near future to discuss developing a grow facility at 173 Howland Avenue.

Cesan said the company has secured the 40,000 square foot building that was formally Berkshire Outdoor and that plans are to renovate the facility.

Mission Massachusetts has already been given permission to operate a retail facility, also on Howland Avenue, and the town is currently formalizing a host community agreement with it.

In other business, the town received $550,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to replace the heating and air conditioning system in the Memorial Building.