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EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: Three years after Theory Wellness opened as the first retail cannabis outlet in Berkshire County, 24 licensed recreational-use companies in the Berkshires pull in roughly $200 million in yearly sales. One company accounts for more than a quarter of that, according to estimates The Eagle derived through public records requests.
A school resource officer highlights the seven public safety measures the town's only recreational marijuana store will finance with money collected by the town.
Canna Provisions can forgo paying Lee a $1 million community impact fee. But, this does not imply that an impact fee won’t be assessed in future years.
At last count, we have had roughly a zillion years of continual rain, all during Summer 2021. This estimate is based on the emotional toll taken over the last month or so, but it feels right. What also feels right right now: anything involving the sun, and ways to elevate one’s mood under our gloomy London-esque skies. If that’s high on your priority list right now (and it probably is) consider the cannabis products and accessories found 300 yards off the highway at the gateway to the Berkshires in Lee.
LEE — Lee’s lone recreational marijuana store is looking for a seven-figure savings from the town.
SHEFFIELD — Voters at a special town meeting Monday capped the number of outdoor pot cultivators allowed in town at five, closing the door to …
When Berkshire County’s first dispensaries opened their doors in 2019, parking lots filled up with cars bearing out-of-state license plates.
LEE — Canna Provisions soon will offer its own cannabis products cultivated and manufactured in Sheffield.
LEE — Homeowners and business owners will pay a bit more in property taxes this fiscal year, despite the tax rate remaining unchanged.