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June 8, 2021

Barclay Damon Live: The Cannabis Counselor, With Aleece Burgio—"Jamestown Welcomes Cannabis Businesses, Featuring Eddie Sundquist"

This week, Aleece speaks with Eddie Sundquist, mayor of Jamestown, New York, about how Jamestown could be at the forefront of cannabis businesses taking up residency in the town. Jamestown is putting an emphasis on cannabis businesses to encourage and facilitate producers, processors, and retailers becoming established in the locality. Jamestown sees the new economy as technology and, with the legalization of cannabis in New York State, the economy will be directly linked to the cannabis industry. Jamestown is uniquely located and will be a good home to businesses in each sector of the cannabis industry. Many localities in other states with legalized marijuana have opted out of allowing cannabis-touching businesses. Jamestown, however, is ahead of the game and has been vocal about opting in to allow cannabis businesses to set up shop there. Aleece and Eddie discuss the potential locations of these businesses and how Jamestown will incentivize these businesses to move to the locality. Tune in to hear more about how Eddie and Jamestown plan to make the locality a hospitable place for cannabis industry businesses and workers.

DISCLAIMER:

This material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or a legal opinion, and no attorney-client relationship has been established or implied. Thanks for listening.

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