A company hoping to open a marijuana farm on Stafford Hill Road has submitted a revised plan that addresses some concerns about the project, but neighbors remain cool to the idea.

The updated plan by Stafford Green now complies with the buffer zone required between the farm and neighboring properties, and no longer relies on the use of well water.

The changes were discussed during a public hearing Monday before the Planning Board, which voted to table the application while members consult with the town attorney for further clarification on lingering issues such as odor, visibility and security.

The board also instructed the company to further update the plan to include new architectural drawings to reflect changes in the project, including water tanks.

The next meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Feb. 24 in the Community Center at 116 School St.

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