The applicant is applying for a Type 3 (T3) license for the cultivation of up to one acre of canopy on a parcel of approximately 55.4 acres. Cannabis cultivation would occur outdoors and within hoop houses that would be developed on portions of the
Applicant's parcel on previously disturbed sites. The activities would use existing agricultural facilities, including hoop houses, water storage tanks, road infrastructure and storage and processing facilities on land previously disturbed and previously
graded. These sites have had vegetation removed, have been graded to provide generally flat terrain and have existing road access. In addition to agriculture, existing uses include a residence of approximately 1,100 square feet (sf), an inactive groundwater well and a septic system. The project will require a variance.
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