NETA’s 90-day follow-up Hearing, Public Comment Session

Last evening (Oct. 22), over 120 Brookline residents crowded into the Select Board hearing room to support warrant articles that aim to place reasonable operating limits on NETA. In addition to NETA’s representatives and the police department, 35 people spoke; all but three live around NETA. Continue reading NETA’s 90-day follow-up Hearing, Public Comment Session

Brookline PD Officer to discuss NETA’s impacts on Brookline Village

Michael Gropman, Deputy Superintendent, Brookline Police will discuss the impact of NETA on the Brookline Community, Fri Oct 11th at 9:30am in Brookline Village. Continue reading Brookline PD Officer to discuss NETA’s impacts on Brookline Village

“As Brookline NETA shares policy updates, critics call for more change”

“Tensions flared at a recent community meeting on Brookline’s New England Treatment Access, the meeting becoming heated as residents clamored to comment, occasionally raising their voices and speaking over one another.” Continue reading “As Brookline NETA shares policy updates, critics call for more change”

“Five months after opening, Brookline’s marijuana store is still one of America’s busiest — and not everyone is thrilled”

“Five months after opening for recreational sales, NETA typically draws 2,500 customers a day, making it one of the busiest cannabis stores in America. Nationwide, pot stores saw 121 customers a day on average last year, and only a handful probably received NETA’s volume.” Continue reading “Five months after opening, Brookline’s marijuana store is still one of America’s busiest — and not everyone is thrilled”

“‘Ready to Roll’: Brookline Readies For 1st Recreational Pot Shop In Greater Boston”

“Five months after opening for recreational sales, NETA typically draws 2,500 customers a day, making it one of the busiest cannabis stores in America. Nationwide, pot stores saw 121 customers a day on average last year, and only a handful probably received NETA’s volume.” Continue reading “‘Ready to Roll’: Brookline Readies For 1st Recreational Pot Shop In Greater Boston”