Coming Soon: East Boston Local Roots plans to begin selling cannabis at 1006 Bennington St. as soon as April of 2020. Check back here regularly for more information as it becomes available.
East Boston Local Roots dispensary is on a steady path to begin serving cannabis to 21+ customers at their 1006 Bennington St. location. It seems only fitting that the former site of Tufts Tobacco should sell another smokable substance and feature a diverse team of current and former East Boston residents. This roster includes the man who ran Tufts Tobacco: James Schena, Jr., former City Councilor Mike P. Ross, Former Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police Department Daniel Linksey, and many others.
The proposed facility would allow customers to make walk-in purchases, pre-order pick ups and even get cannabis delivered. The nearby Orient Hieghts/Barnes Ave. parking lot features over 400 spaces for those visiting East Boston Local Roots dispensary to park. Public transit commuters are within walking distance to the MBTA’s Blue Line station and bus stops. They plan to operate from 9:00am – 8:00pm daily.
East Boston Local Roots dispensary has already made initial filings with the city, conducted community outreach and held HCA negotiations. They plan to receive a provisional license by the CCC in September of 2019 and then begin construction on their facility. The company estimates they will open their doors to the public during April of 2020.
For more information about East Boston Local Roots dispensary check back here regularly. You can also visit their official website.
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Because East Boston Local Roots dispensary is still in preliminary stages, the public can contact them by emailing email@example.com.
East Boston Local Roots dispensary is located in Suffolk County and proudly serves the communities of Central Maverick Square, Chelsea, Everett, Revere, South Boston, Columbus Park, Andrew Square, Dudley Square, South End, Back Bay, Brookline and more.
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