Williamstown Competing Bylaw Proposals May Stymie Pot Production
Williamstown appears to be on a collision course with dueling zoning bylaw amendments on marijuana at May's annual town meeting.
The Planning Board this week advanced a proposal that would update some of the language in a 2017 town bylaw, establish guidelines for odor control at indoor pot growing facilities and ban outdoor commercial cannabis production in town.
Meanwhile, the Agricultural Commission is going forward with a plan to propose a competing bylaw amendment that would allow outdoor production by special permit and with more restrictive setback requirements than currently in place.
Either proposal would need a two-thirds majority at town meeting to be enacted into law.
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