You are on page 1of 103

EASTHAMPTON PLANNING BOARD

SPECIAL PERMIT APPLICATION


1. Applicant Information Date: S(ptember
24.2018
Name: Httbology Group, Inc.
Address: 82 Wen~ll Avenue.Suite 100,Pittsfield, MA 01201

Phone: (203) 91-0091 Email: jane@herbologygroupin,.com
Applicant is; cOwner a Owner's agent • Tenant • ProspectJveowner/tenant
cOther __________________________ _

2. Property Owner Information (if different from applicant)


Name: MkhadI.Kw. asTrust«oftheMIKRealtyNominee
Trust
Address: PO Box 5371 West Springfield,MA 01090
Phone: ______________ Email:__________________ ~

3. Property Information
Address: 195 Northampton Street
AssessorMapIt Lot: 114-27 Zoning District: I/ HB (split) Lot Size:...,3'""".l..._l
__ _

4. Explanation or Application (attached additional materials If necessary): ________ _

Herboloa Group. Inc. Qlerbolop:J mks to operate a co-locatedMedical Marijuana Tmtment Centerang
Cannabis Retailer Establishment at 195 Northampton Street, .Easthampton,MA 01027 Cthe ProJ>!rtv:1,The Propgty ii
loc-ted In both the Industrial Cr>and Highway Business CHB) zoning districts, with the building prop<>Kdfor the we
-,vholly located within the lndu1trial zonin& district. Pursuant to Section 10,10.4.2 of the ustharnptog Zonin&
Ordinance, the UK of tht Propertyfor • CannabifEstablishment is 5><rmitttdthroueb thr cr:antin1
of • Sprcial Permit
by the Planning Board. Article V of the Easthampton Zoning Ordinance further stipulates that the use of the Property
Cora Medical Marijuana Treatment Center is J>!Tmittedwith Site Plan Approval (rom the PlanningBoard.

4. All Applicants: / hereby request a hearing before the Planning Board and attest thQt all information provided
as part of this application and presented at th hearing Is accurate and true to the best of my knowlectse. I
understand that knowingly provi false J o ation could result In the revocation of the permit

St1nature of Applicant: _,.,40Q.::::!:::::::-l,'J,/-....!::::..!::::.....::--==-- Date: 1/~3


St,nature of Owner: -J'.J...1-lt-ll~t-1-.;J-1-~~.,....-J.-"6-~~~--1-~~~
NJl«:.If the Appllaint I:,unable to a nd the Maring to explain the application to tlw board.or ts authorizing a np~ntatlve
(legal or otherwise) to speak on thei ehulf, the AuthorlzaUon to Represent Applkant form mW£be completed and pnsented
to the Board prior to the start of the hearing and will become part of CMpublic record.
EASTHAMPTON PLANNING BOARD
I

SITE PLAN APPROVAL APPLICATION


i
r
1. Applicant Information Date: September
24,2018 !

Name: HcrbologyGroup, Inc. t


Address: 112Wendell Awnue, Suite 100, Pittsfield. MA 01201 dI
Phone: (203) 491-0091 ...crK""-ou:.ip...,ln,:::c:.::
,c~om,,_,_
________
Email:.a;ia:.:.n:.:::e@,-;.:.:,;hc::.:.rbo=lo::.1&Y _
Applicant is: a Owner o Owner's agent oTenant 11ProspectJve owner/tenant
oOther ___________________________ _

2. Property Owner Information {Ifdifferent from applicant)


Name: MkhatlI,Kw, asTrustee ofthcMJKRoJtvNominee Trust
Add~ss: PO Box537, West Springfield, MA 01090
Phone: _____________ Emal!:_________________ _

3. Property Information
Address: 195Northampton Strffl
Assessor Map It Lot: 114-27 Zoning District: I / HB (split) Lot Size: _.3...,.1-1
__ _

4. Explanation of Appllcatton (attached additional materials If necessary): ________ _

lkrbolocx Group.Jgc. CHerbolocf) Sttb to operate a co-locatedMcdlcalMarijuanaTmtmcnt Ctntcr and


Cannabu R$iltt ~lishment at 195 Northampton Strtct, Easthampton, MA 01027 ('the PropcrtyJ . ~ Propcrn: g

located in both the Industrial ("r) and Highway 8111ineu rHB) zoning districts, with the building proposed (or the u.w

•.y of the Easthanwton


whollvlocatedwithinthe Industrial zonln&district. Pursuant to Section10,10 Zon;n1
Ordinance, the YK of the Propcr1y for • CannabisEstablishment th<&r:anttns of I Sp«ialPermit
is permitted throu&h
by the PlanningBoard. Article V of the Easthampton Zoning Ordinance further stipulates that the UK of the Property
for a MedicalMarijuanaTreatment Center u permitted with Site Pl~n ApprovalCromthe Planning Board.

4-.All Applicants: I hereby rtquest a hearing before the Planning Board and attest that all information provided
as part of this application and presented at t hearing is accurate and true to th~ best of my lcnowled,ge. I
understand that knowingly provi g false lnfj n ation could result in the rtvocatlon of the permit.

~~~~~~~- r~if~
IIJlu;, If~ Applicant ls unable to att , the hearing to explain th,: application to the board.or Is out rizlttg" nrpre~ntative
(lqJal or otherwlu} to speak on their •half.the AuthorlzaUon to Represent Applicant form aw,tt b. compleud and pf'§ented
to the Board prior to tM start of the hnrl11g and will ~m~ part of the public record.
Herbology Group

Herbology Group, Inc. ("Herbology") seeks to operate as a co-located Registered Marijuana


Dispensary and Cannabis Retailer at 195 Northampton Street, Easthampton, MA 01027 ("the
Property"). The Property is located in both the Industrial ("I") and Highway Business (“HB)
zoning districts, with the building proposed for the use wholly located within the Industrial
zoning district. Pursuant to Section 10.10.4.2 of the Easthampton Zoning Ordinance, the use of
the Property for a Cannabis Establishment is permitted through the granting of a Special Permit
by the Planning Board. Article V of the Easthampton Zoning Ordinance further stipulates that
the use of the Property for a Registered Marijuana Dispensary (“RMD”) is permitted with Site
Plan Approval from the Planning Board.

Herbology proposes the simultaneous operation of a RMD and a Cannabis Retailer


Establishment within the facility. On March 10, 2017, Herbology received a Provisional
Certificate of Registration (“PCR”) to operate a Registered Marijuana Dispensary in Chester,
Massachusetts from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. A copy of the PCR is
attached hereto and incorporated herein for reference as Exhibit A. Herbology intends to transfer
the location of its existing PCR to the 195 Northampton Street location. Additionally, Herbology
has applied for an Adult Use Marijuana Retail Establishment license from the Cannabis Control
Commission to be located at the Property in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 94G and 935 CMR
500.000 et seq.

195 Northampton Street is a 4.03 acre parcel that contains two existing structures on site, sized
15,443 SF and 6,364 SF. The Property was previously utilized as a masonry and building supply
facility.

Herbology proposes interior modifications to the larger building to allow for a small medical
marijuana cultivation facility and a co-located medical and adult-use retail facility. Herbology
proposes to demolish the smaller structure on site to allow for on-site parking proximate to the
building entrances. The applicant proposes to repave and stripe a parking lot comprised of 61
total parking spaces, including two (2) accessible parking spaces. The proposed alterations to the
Property are shown on the Plans attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the
“Plans”).

I. Project Narrative

Herbology has identified 195 Northampton Street as an ideal location at which to establish a
Registered Marijuana Dispensary and Cannabis Retailer Establishment. The Property is located
in an area designated by local zoning for the aforementioned use, allows for easy access for
patients, customers, and employees, and is located within a mixed commercial and industrial area

1
with similar uses. The proposed facility is easily accessible by car via Interstate 91 and Route 10
as well as local public transportation via bus.

Exterior Project Description

Herbology’s proposed modifications to the Property are designed to maximize site security,
mitigate the impact of a commercial use on any nearby properties, comply with Easthampton’s
economic development objectives, and improve the exterior conditions of the site. All public
access to the facility will occur through the separate entryway and exit on the street-facing side
of the building that is adjacent to the parking lot. Bike racks will be available for use on the side
of the facility.

All public access to the facility will occur through a secure entry vestibule in which patients and
customers must demonstrate proof that they have they have a valid government issued photo
identification and, if applicable, a Medical Use of Marijuana Card, prior to gaining access into
the facility. Customers may exit through a separate exit trap to allow for secure exits from the
facility into the parking lot. Staff entry to the facility will occur through a designated entryway at
the rear of the Property.

Facility signage will be discrete and utilized for the purpose of wayfinding only. Pursuant to state
regulations, Herbology will not install neon signage or illuminated exterior signage beyond the
period of 30 minutes before sundown until closing; signs or other printed matter advertising
marijuana products; display marijuana products that are visible to a person from the exterior of
the establishment; or utilize a logo or symbols that has images of marijuana and/or colloquial
references to cannabis.

At the request of nearby property owners, Herbology will work with the surrounding community
to identify appropriate locations for wayfinding signage to ensure the flow of traffic does not
result in negative impacts on the neighborhood. The applicant will further conduct an extensive
landscaping program to visually shield the Property from any parcels on Industrial Way,
including the planting of new trees and installation of a contextually appropriate fence. Please
see the enclosed shielding plan, attached hereto as Exhibit B, which has been designed to
minimize any visual impacts to abutters and nearby properties.

Interior Project Description

Given the size of the proposed facility, Herbology proposes a multi-phased approach to
construction and build out. The first phase focuses on essential components of the facility’s
dispensing and cultivation operations. The second phase as currently proposed will facilitate
Herbology’s corporate offices and training facilities.

2
PHASE ONE: ESSENTIAL CULTIVATION AND DISPENSING OPERATIONS

The first phase of construction focuses only on essential cultivation and dispensing operations.
Patients and customers will only have access to a small portion of the facility. The proposed
dispensing area will include (1) a secure entry vestibule in which patients and customers must
demonstrate proof that they have the appropriate credentials to gain access into the facility; (2) a
lobby area designed to eliminate queuing; (3) a general dispensary sales floor with point-of-sale
terminals for the general public and a shielded point-of-sale terminal for patients enrolled in the
Medical Use of Marijuana program; (4) a one-on-one consultation office for medical patients,
and (5) a secured exit vestibule to allow for secure exits from the facility into the parking lot.

The rest of the facility will only be accessible to staff and includes (1) a security desk; (2) a
check-in area; (3) two mechanical rooms; (4) a fulfillment room; (5) dispensary break rooms; (6)
restrooms; (7) a dispensary office; (8) dispensary vaults; (9) a grow and fertigation room; (10) a
cure room; (11) a trim and pack room; (12) a product vault; (13) a secure employee only entry
and exit; (14) cultivation break rooms; (15) a cultivation office; (16) lockers; (17) a shipping and
receiving center; and (18) a janitorial closet.

PHASE TWO: CORPORATE OFFICES AND TRAINING FACILITY

The second phase of construction as currently proposed allows for the development of numerous
offices and training areas for Herbology’s corporate staff. As currently proposed, phase two
includes: (1) a lobby and reception area; (2) seven offices; (3) a conference room; (4) a training
room; (5) a copy room; (6) an open office area; (7) restrooms; (8) storage; (9) a mechanical
room; and (10) an electrical room.

Security

Herbology prioritizes ensuring the safety and security of its patients, customers, staff, neighbors,
and the surrounding community. The applicant’s security measures will exceed the requirements
set forth in 105 CMR 725.000 et seq.and 935 CMR 500.000 et seq. Herbology has retained FTG
Security, one of the Commonwealth’s leading security consultants, to develop security policies,
provide engineering and logistics support, and system testing.

Herbology will submit confidential information about its security plans and operating procedures
to the Easthampton Police Department for review and feedback.

Herbology will employ live on-site security during all opening hours to ensure the safety of the
perimeter and maintain access control to the facility. Herbology will invest in state-of-the-art

3
security infrastructure to prevent and detect potential diversion of marijuana, including perimeter
alarms, failure notification systems, panic alarms, and video cameras in all areas that contain
marijuana as well as all points of entry and exit. Video surveillance will be made available to
local law enforcement. Redundant alarm systems will be installed to ensure that security features
will remain operational in instances of power outages or system failure.

Staff access within the dispensary will be monitored by a keycard program, with different levels
of access granted to different staff members. Only essential staff will be granted access within
limited access areas such as the product vault; dispensary vault; and cultivation rooms.

Security personnel will be trained in crime prevention and will have experience in the
surveillance of highly regulated retail operations. All staff will receive comprehensive training
relative to standard operating procedures in the unlikely case of a security incident. Herbology’s
operating policies and procedures ensure the prevention of diversion, theft, and illegal or
unauthorized conduct.

Herbology will designate limited access areas by posting clearly visible signs, no smaller than
12” x 12”, which state: “Do Not Enter-Limited Access Area-Access Limited to Authorized
Personnel Only” in lettering no smaller than one inch in height. Herbology will limit individuals
allowed access to these areas to employees, agents, law enforcement, and others authorized by
the Cannabis Control Commission or Department of Public Health. Herbology will require all
employees to wear employee identification badges at all times while inside the marijuana
establishment. Employees of Herbology will escort all visitors, including vendors and
contractors, into limited access areas. These visitors will be logged in and out, and Herbology
will maintain this log and make it available for periodic inspection.

Herbology will immediately notify law enforcement authorities of any security breach including,
but not limited to, discrepancies identified during inventory, diversion or loss of marijuana
products, any loss or unauthorized alteration of records related to marijuana, suspicious actions
within the marijuana establishment, failure of an alarm system, activation of an alarm system, or
any criminal acts. Herbology will provide written notice to applicable state agencies and City of
Easthampton within ten calendar days of any incident that occurs on the premises.

Operations

Patient and Customer Education


Herbology’s patients and customers will receive substantive educational materials relative to
compliant and safe storage, use, and transport of their products. The educational material will
include at least the following:

4
(a) A warning that marijuana has not been analyzed or approved by the FDA, that there is
limited information on side effects, that there may be health risks associated with using
marijuana, and that it should be kept away from children;
(b) A warning that when under the influence of marijuana, driving is prohibited by M.G.L. c. 90,
§ 24, and machinery should not be operated;
(c) Information to assist in the selection of marijuana, describing the potential differing effects of
various strains of marijuana, as well as various forms and routes of administration;
(d) Materials offered to consumers to enable them to track the strains used and their associated
effects;
(e) Information describing proper dosage and titration for different routes of administration.
Emphasis will be on using the smallest amount possible to achieve the desired effect. The impact
of potency must also be explained;
(f) A discussion of tolerance, dependence, and withdrawal;
(g) Facts regarding substance abuse signs and symptoms, as well as referral information for
substance abuse treatment programs;
(h) A statement that consumers may not sell marijuana to any other individual;
(i) Information regarding penalties for possession or distribution of marijuana in violation of
Massachusetts law; and
(j) Any other information required by the Cannabis Control Commission or Department of
Public Health.

Herbology’s customer service agents will receive substantial training about how to appropriately
and effectively educate patients and customers during point-of-sale transactions. Employee
training will cover the types of products that are available; safe and compliant use, transport, and
storage of products; and the consequences of diversion of products to unauthorized parties.

Careers

Herbology anticipates hiring in excess of 30 employees for full- and part-time positions.
Employees will receive a salary, benefits, and substantial training. Herbology will seek to hire
employees locally from the Easthampton community.

Trash Management

Minimal amounts of business related waste will be generated from the facility and disposed of by
commercial trash pickup.

Any inventory that becomes outdated, spoiled, damaged, deteriorated, mislabeled, or


contaminated will be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of 935 CMR 500.105(12),
and any such waste will be stored, secured, and managed in accordance with applicable state and

5
local statutes, ordinances, and regulations. Specifically, liquid waste containing marijuana will
be disposed of in compliance with all applicable state and federal requirements, including but not
limited to, for discharge of pollutants into surface water or groundwater (Massachusetts Clean
Waters Act, M.G.L. c. 21 §§ 26-53; 314 CMR 3.00: Surface Water Discharge Permit Program;
314 CMR 5.00: Groundwater Discharge Program; 314 CMR 12.00: Operation Maintenance and
Pretreatment Standards for Wastewater Treatment Works and Indirect Dischargers; the Federal
Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq., the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
Permit Regulations at 40 CFR Part 122, 314 CMR 7.00: Sewer System Extension and
Connection Permit Program), or stored pending disposal in an industrial wastewater holding tank
in accordance with 314 CMR 18.00: Industrial Wastewater Holding Tanks and Containers.

Organic material, recyclable material, and solid waste generated at a marijuana establishment
will be redirected or disposed of as follows:
1. Organic material and recyclable material will be redirected from disposal in accordance
with the waste disposal bans described at 310 CMR 19.017: Waste Bans.
2. To the greatest extent feasible:
1. Any recyclable material as defined in 310 CMR 16.02: Definitions will be
recycled in a manner approved by the Commission; and
2. Any remaining marijuana waste will be ground and mixed with other organic
material as defined in 310 CMR 16.02: Definitions such that the resulting mixture
renders the marijuana unusable for its original purpose. Once such marijuana
waste has been rendered unusable, the mixture may be composted or digested at
an aerobic or anaerobic digester at an operation that is in compliance with the
requirements of 310 CMR 16.00: Site Assignment Regulations for Solid Waste
Facilities.
3. Solid waste containing cannabis waste will be ground up and mixed with solid wastes
such that the resulting mixture renders the cannabis unusable for its original purposes.
Once such cannabis waste has been rendered unusable, it will be brought to a solid waste
transfer facility or a solid waste disposal facility (e.g., landfill or incinerator) that holds a
valid permit issued by the Department of Environmental Protection or by the appropriate
state agency in the state in which the facility is located.

No fewer than two Herbology agents will witness and document how the marijuana waste is
disposed or otherwise handled (recycled, composted, etc.) in accordance with 935 CMR
500.105(12). When marijuana products or waste is disposed or handled, Herbology will create
and maintain a written or electronic record of the date, the type and quantity disposed or handled,
the manner of disposal or other handling, the location of disposal or other handling, and the
names of the two Herbology agents will be present during the disposal or other handling, with
their signatures.

6
Transportation

Herbology will ensure that all transported marijuana and products are properly tracked through
its seed to sale tracking system. Herbology will only transport marijuana from its licensed
facilities to other licensed Registered Marijuana Dispensary and Marijuana Establishments as
permitted by Herbology’s licenses.

There will be no advertising, marketing or branding, including, but not limited to, vinyl-wrapped
vehicles, signs, logos or markings, indicating that the vehicle is being used to transport marijuana
on transportation vehicles or company cars.

Herbology will staff all vehicles transporting marijuana and marijuana products with at least two
agents, one of who will remain in the vehicle at all times that the vehicle contains marijuana or
marijuana products. Prior to departing the premises to transport marijuana products, Herbology
will make a video record of weighing, inventorying, and accounting for all marijuana products to
be transported. Prior to departure from its facility, Herbology will package marijuana and
marijuana products in sealed, labeled, and tamper-resistant or child-resistant packaging, and
ensure that marijuana and marijuana products remain as such during transportation.

Any vehicle used to transport marijuana or marijuana products will be owned or leased by
Herbology or a marijuana transporter, will be properly registered, inspected and insured in the
Commonwealth, and equipped with an alarm system.

Herbology will ensure that all routes used for the transportation of marijuana or marijuana
products are randomized and remain within the Commonwealth.

An armored car service will pick up monetary instruments as needed each week.

Traffic and Parking

Herbology’s proposed plans yield ample parking on site to accommodate customer and employee
usage. Herbology has taken great care to develop operational procedures to ensure that patient
visits within the dispensary are efficient and will not result in lines or other congestion to enter or
exit the facility. Operational procedures will be adjusted as needed to ensure optimal function of
the facility. When possible, consultations will be scheduled during off-peak hours.

Please see the enclosed traffic study conducted by Hayes Engineering, Inc. Herbology
respectfully submits that its proposed use of the Property will not disturb the existing right of
way, pedestrian access, and will not cause a serious hazard to vehicle or pedestrian traffic.

7
Traffic generated and patterns of ingress and egress will not cause congestion, hazard, or a
substantial change to the neighborhood character.

Herbology will provide the following mitigation efforts to decrease the use of single
occupancy vehicles for accessing the site in an effort to minimize impacts from the project:

a. Provide subsidies to employees who select to utilize public transportation to commute to work.
The nearest stop is located within 100 feet walking distance from the facility;

b. Provide bicycle racks and indoor bicycle storage to encourage alternative transportation for
customers and employees;

c. Provide lockers in the break room for employees that walk or bike to work;

d. Provide customers with information regarding transportation options to access the facility;

e. Provide and maintain information on the Herbology website and other distributed materials on
how to access the facility by all modes of transportation;

f. Provide a “Guaranteed Ride Home” in emergencies for those employees selecting alternative
modes of transportation for their daily commute.

II. Satisfaction of Review Criteria for a Site Plan Review set forth in 10.92: Medical
Marijuana Application Requirements

In addition to the standard application requirements for Special Permits and Site Plan
Approvals, such applications for an RMD or OMMD facility shall include the following:

a. The name and address of each owner of the RMD or OMMD facility/operation;

Herbology is a Massachusetts Ch. 180 non-profit corporation. The Directors on the Board of
Directors are listed below.

Jane Hawman – 9 Nutmeg Lane, Sandy Hook, CT 06482


Michael Duku - 381 Middletown Road, Columbia, CT 06237
Steve Gotwald – 7711 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

b. Documentation that demonstrates that said RMD or OMMD facility, and its owner/operators,
qualify and are eligible to receive a Certificate of Registration and meet all of the requirements

8
of a RMD in accordance with 105 CMR 725.000 of the Massachusetts Department of Public
Health;

On March 10, 2017, Herbology received a Provisional Certificate of Registration (“PCR”) to


operate a Registered Marijuana Dispensary from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
in Chester, Massachusetts. A copy of the PCR is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated
herein for reference. Herbology intends to transfer the location of its existing PCR to the 195
Northampton Street location.

c. Evidence that the Applicant has site control and right to use the site for a RMD or OMMD
facility in the form of a deed or valid purchase and sales agreement or, in the case of a lease a
notarized statement from the property owner and a copy of the lease agreement;

A copy of Herbology’s lease for the property is attached hereto as Exhibit C.

d. A notarized statement signed by the RMD or OMMD organization’s Chief Executive Officer
and corporate attorney disclosing all of its designated representatives, including officers,
directors, shareholders, partners, members, managers, or other similarly-situated individuals
and entities and their addresses. If any of the above are entities rather than persons, the
Applicant must disclose the identity of all such responsible individual persons;

A notarized statement is attached hereto as Exhibit D.

e. In addition to what is normally required in a Site Plan, details showing all exterior proposed
security measures for the RMD or OMMD including lighting, fencing, gates and alarms, etc.
ensuring the safety of employees and patrons and to protect the premises from theft or other
criminal activity;

A map outlining proposed security measures is attached hereto as Exhibit E.

f. A detailed floor plan identifying the areas available and functional uses (including square
footage);

A detailed floor plan is enclosed.

g. All signage;

Proposed signage is attached hereto as Exhibit F. All signage has been designed to comply with
the requirements of 935 CMR 500, and Section 10.0 of this zoning ordinance.

9
h. A traffic study to establish the RMD or OMMD impacts at peak demand times;

A traffic study conducted by Hayes Engineering is attached hereto as Exhibit G.

Herbology will provide the following mitigation efforts to decrease the use of single occupancy
vehicles for accessing the site in an effort to minimize impacts from the project:

a. Provide subsidies to employees who select to utilize public transportation to commute to work.
The nearest stop is located within 100 feet walking distance from the facility;

b. Provide bicycle racks and indoor bicycle storage to encourage alternative transportation for
customers and employees;

c. Provide lockers in the break room for employees that walk or bike to work;

d. Provide customers with information regarding transportation options to access the facility;

e. Provide and maintain information on the Herbology website and other distributed materials on
how to access the facility by all modes of transportation;

f. Provide a “Guaranteed Ride Home” in emergencies for those employees selecting alternative
modes of transportation for their daily commute.

i. A description of all activities to occur on site, including all provisions for the delivery of
medical marijuana and related products to OMMDs or off-site direct delivery to patients.

Cultivation Rooms and Operations

Herbology will cultivate and package marijuana in a designated area within the Property. The
small cultivation area will not be visible from the exterior facility. Herbology, through the use of
a seed-to-sale tracking system, will assign and record a unique, sequential alphanumeric
identifier to each cultivation batch for the purposes of production tracking, product labeling, and
product recalls. Cultivation Technicians will maintain appropriate levels of sanitation in all
cultivation areas and keep assigned cultivation rooms clean and free from hazards.

Cultivation Technicians will be responsible for all plant maintenance in the Grow and Fertigation
Room. Responsibilities will include watering/irrigation, potting/re-potting, pruning and
Integrated Pest Management that is designed to control and limit pests and other pathogens
through the use of pesticides/fungicides.

10
When marijuana plants reach full maturity, as determined by the Director of Cultivation or
Cultivation Manager by examining the trichomes of the plant, plants will be cut down to the soil
line and transferred to the Trim Room. After marijuana flowers are processed by the trimmer,
they will be moved to the Dry Room. The environmental conditions in the Dry Room will be
maintained to ensure the even drying of marijuana flowers. Once dried, marijuana flowers will
be packaged in sealed containers in compliance with state regulations.

Retail Facility Operations

In accordance with state regulations, access to Herbology’s facility is limited to individuals 21


years of age and older. If the individual is younger than 21 years old, but is 18 years of age or
older, he or she will not be admitted unless he or she is a registered qualifying patient or
caregiver and produces an active Program ID Card issued by the DPH. If the individual is
younger than 18 years old, he or she will not be allowed on the premises unless he or she is a
registered qualifying patient and produces an active medical registration card and he or she is
accompanied by a personal caregiver with an active Program ID Card. In addition to the Program
ID Card, registered qualifying patients under the age of 21 and personal caregivers must also
produce proof of identification.

Upon a customer’s entry into the premises, a Herbology agent will immediately inspect the
customer’s proof of identification and determine the individual’s age. An individual will not be
admitted to the premises unless Herbology’s staff has verified that the individual is 21 years of
age or older by an individual’s proof of identification. At the door, a designated staff member
will collect valid customer identification and confirm a minimum age of 21 years old. If an
individual is under the age of 21 they will be prohibited from entering the premises.

Once inside the retail area, customers will enter a queue to obtain individualized service where
they may select any of the products available to them with the help of a Herbology agent. Point
of sale stations for adult-use and medical sales will be physically separated as described below.
Upon checkout, customers will be required to confirm their identities and age a second time.

Once a customer has selected a product for purchase, a Herbology agent will collect the chosen
items from the designated product storage area. In the event a Herbology agent determines an
individual would place themselves or the public at risk, the agent will refuse to sell any
marijuana products to the consumer. Herbology will use the point of sale security system to
accept payment and complete sales. The system can back up and securely cache each sale for
inspection.

Herbology will utilize a semi-permanent physical barrier to provide a physical separation


between the medical and adult-use sales areas. Herbology will provide for separate queues for

11
sales of marijuana products for medical use from marijuana products for adult use within the
sales area; provided, however, that the holder of a Program ID Card may use either line and will
not be limited only to the medical use queue if the patient is 21 years of age or older. Herbology
retail locations will provide an area that is separate from the sales floor to allow for confidential
patient consultation.

III. Satisfaction of Review Criteria for Site Plan Review set forth in 10.94: Medical
Marijuana Findings

In addition to the standard Findings for a Special Permit or Site Plan Approval the Special
Permit Granting Authority must also find all the following:

1. That the RMD or OMMD facility is designed to minimize any adverse visual or economic
impacts on abutters and other parties in interest;

The applicant has taken great care to develop a landscape plan that is intended to minimize any
visual impact that the facility may have on abutters or other parties in interest. Specifically, the
applicant has developed a robust landscape plan to visually separate the Northampton Street
facility from any line of sight on Industrial Way. The plan includes the planting of new trees and
installation of a contextually appropriate fence. Please see the enclosed shielding plan, attached
hereto as Exhibit B. Substantial site improvements will be made to enhance the safety in the
immediate region and improve the visual aesthetic of the Property.

2. That the RMD or OMMD facility demonstrates that it will meet all the permitting
requirements of all applicable agencies within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and will be
in compliance with all applicable state laws and regulations; and

On March 10, 2017, Herbology received a Provisional Certificate of Registration (“PCR”) to


operate a Registered Marijuana Dispensary from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
in Chester, Massachusetts. A copy of the PCR is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated
herein for reference. Herbology intends to transfer the location of its existing PCR to the 195
Northampton Street location. Herbology has retained the legal counsel of Vicente Sederberg
LLC to ensure continued compliance with all applicable state laws and regulations to operate a
RMD facility.

3. That the applicant has satisfied all of the conditions and requirements of this Section and
other applicable Sections of this Bylaw/Ordinance;

12
The applicant respectfully submits that it has satisfied all the conditions and requirements of this
Section and other applicable Sections of this Bylaw/Ordinance.

4. That the RMD or OMMD project meets a demonstrated need;

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health currently lists over 54,000
active patients that are enrolled in the Medical Use of Marijuana Program (“the Program”).
Although the Program has been operational for several years, only 38 RMDs have been approved
for sales. Herbology is committed to maintaining a robust medical program to provide qualifying
patients in the community with access to high quality cannabis through the Program without the
taxes levied in the adult use market. Additionally, Herbology has committed to producing lines
of noneuphoric balms, pills, salves, and transdermal patches.

5. That the RMD or OMMD facility provides adequate security measures to ensure that no
individual participant will pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals, and
that the storage and/or location of cultivation is adequately secured.

The applicant has submitted a robust security plan to ensure that no individual participant will
pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals, and that the storage and/or
location of cultivation is adequately secured, attached hereto as Exhibit E.

6. That the RMD or OMMD facility adequately addresses issues of traffic demand, circulation
flow, parking and queuing, particularly at peak periods at the facility, and its impact on
neighboring uses.

Herbology’s plans yield ample parking on site to accommodate customer and employee usage.
Herbology has taken great care to develop operational procedures to ensure that patient visits
within the RMD are designed to be efficient and will not result in lines or other congestion to
enter or exit the facility. Operational procedures will be adjusted as needed to ensure optimal
function of the facility. When possible, consultations will be scheduled during off-peak hours.
The applicant proposes to repave and stripe a parking lot consisting of 60 parking spaces and
two (2) accessible parking spaces to accommodate employee and customer parking.

Please see the enclosed traffic study conducted by Hayes Engineering, Inc., enclosed hereto as
Exhibit G. Herbology respectfully submits that its proposed use of the Property will not disturb
the existing right of way, pedestrian access, and will not cause a serious hazard to vehicle or
pedestrian traffic. Traffic generated, and patterns of access and egress will not cause congestion,
hazard, or a substantial change to the neighborhood character.

Herbology will provide the following mitigation efforts to decrease the use of single

13
occupancy vehicles for accessing the site in an effort to minimize impacts from the project:

a. Provide subsidies to employees who select to utilize public transportation to commute to work.
The nearest stop is located within 100 feet walking distance from the facility;

b. Provide bicycle racks and indoor bicycle storage to encourage alternative transportation for
customers and employees;

c. Provide lockers in the break room for employees that walk or bike to work;

d. Provide customers with information regarding transportation options to access the facility;

e. Provide and maintain information on the Herbology website and other distributed materials on
how to access the facility by all modes of transportation;

f. Provide a “Guaranteed Ride Home” in emergencies for those employees selecting alternative
modes of transportation for their daily commute.

IV. Satisfaction of Review Criteria for Special Permit set forth in 10.10.5: Adult Use
Cannabis Establishments – Time and Manner

10.10.5.1 – No cannabis shall be smoked, eaten or otherwise consumed or ingested on the


premises, except as may be allowed in a Cannabis Membership Club. All Cannabis
Establishments permitted under this section shall comply with all state and local laws, rules and
regulations governing the smoking of tobacco.

Herbology has a strict no-tolerance policy relative to on-site consumption of any products on
site.

Herbology will implement a robust patient and customer education program to ensure patrons are
informed about how and where to safely consume, transport, and store products bought on site.
Upon their first visit to the facility, all customers are required to sign a community norms
agreement that outlines Herbology’s no-tolerance policy about local nuisance, affirms that they
have spoken to a customer service representative about Herbology’s community norms, and
certifies that they recognize that any customer that fails to abide by these standards will not be
welcomed back to the facility. Further, customer service representatives will be trained to
reiterate these policies during transactions.

14
Further, the applicant’s extensive security systems offer the ability to control activities on and
around the premises at all times. Public consumption of cannabis or other drugs, queuing,
loitering, or other unlawful activities are identified immediately, stopped, and reported to law
enforcement. Those violating Herbology’s community norms will not be welcomed back within
the facility.

10.10.5.2 - Odor: No Cannabis Establishment shall allow the escape of noxious odors or gases.
They shall incorporate odor control technology and provisions, and ensure that emission do not
violate MGL Chapter 111, Section 31 C.

Please see Herbology’s Odor Control Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit H.

10.10.5.3 - Signage - All signage shall comply with the requirements of 935 CMR 500, and
Section 10.0 of this zoning ordinance.

Proposed signage is attached hereto as Exhibit F. All signage has been designed to comply with
the requirements of 935 CMR 500.000 et seq., and Section 10.0 of this zoning ordinance.

10.10.5.4 - Hours: Cannabis Retailers shall be open to the public no earlier than 10:00 AM and
no later than 11:00 PM.

Herbology’s proposed hours of operation are 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM.

10.10.5.5 Visual Impact: Cannabis plants, products, and paraphernalia shall not be visible from
outside the building in which the cannabis establishment is located and shall comply with the
requirements of 935 CMR 500. No outside storage is permitted. Any artificial screening device
erected to eliminate the view from the public way shall also be subject to a vegetative screen and
the Board shall consider the surrounding landscape and viewshed to determine if an artificial
screen would be out of character with the neighborhood.

The applicant has taken great care to develop a landscaping plan that is intended to minimize any
visual impact that the facility may have on abutters or other parties in interest. Specifically, the
applicant has developed a robust landscaping plan to visually separate the Northampton Street
facility from any line of sight on Industrial Way. The plan includes the planting of new trees and
installation of a contextually appropriate fence. Please see the enclosed shielding plan, attached
hereto as Exhibit B. Substantial site improvements will be made to enhance the safety in the
immediate region and improve the visual aesthetic of the Property.

15
10.10.5.6 Nuisance: Cannabis Establishment operations shall not create nuisance conditions in
parking areas, sidewalks, streets and areas surrounding the premises and adjacent properties.
“Nuisance” includes, but is not limited to, disturbances of the peace, public consumption of
cannabis, excessive pedestrian or vehicular traffic, illegal drug activity under State or local law,
harassment of passersby, excessive littering, excessive loitering, illegal parking, excessive loud
noises, excessive citation for violations of State or local traffic laws and regulations, queuing of
patrons (vehicular or pedestrian) in or other obstructions of the public or private way (sidewalks
and streets).

Herbology has a strict no-tolerance policy relative nuisance conditions in parking areas,
sidewalks, streets, and areas surrounding the premises and adjacent properties. Upon their first
visit to the facility, all customers are required to sign a community norms agreement that outlines
Herbology’s no-tolerance policy about local nuisance, affirms that they have spoken to a
customer service representative about Herbology’s community norms, and certifies that they
recognize that any customer that fails to abide by these standards will not be welcomed back to
the facility. Further, customer service representatives will be trained to reiterate these policies
during transactions.

Further, the applicant’s extensive security systems offer the ability to control activities on and
around the premises at all times. Public consumption of cannabis or other drugs, queuing,
loitering, or other unlawful activities are identified immediately, stopped, and reported to law
enforcement. Those violating Herbology’s community norms will not be welcomed back within
the facility.

At the suggestion of abutters, Herbology has committed to hiring a security official to walk the
exterior of the premises to protect against disturbances of the peace, public consumption of
cannabis, excessive pedestrian or vehicular traffic, illegal drug activity under state or local law,
harassment of passersby, excessive littering, excessive loitering, illegal parking, excessive loud
noises, excessive citation for violations of State or local traffic laws and regulations, queuing of
patrons (vehicular or pedestrian) in or other obstructions of the public or private way (sidewalks
and streets).

10.10.5.7 - Home Occupation: Cannabis Establishments are not permitted as a Home


Occupation, as defined in Section 10.4 in the Easthampton Zoning Ordinance.

The applicant is not requesting to operate a Cannabis Establishment as a Home Occupation.

10.10.5.8- Security: Every application for a Special Permit for the operation of a Cannabis
Establishment shall include a security plan describing all security measures. This should include

16
site security, security for the transportation of cannabis and cannabis products. Safety plans
should mitigate any potential harm to the employees.

Herbology will submit confidential information about its security plans and operating procedures
to the Easthampton Police Department for review and feedback.

V. Satisfaction of Review Criteria for Special Permit set forth in 10.10.7: Adult Use
Cannabis Establishments – Other

10.10.7.1 Community Host Agreement: No Special Permit shall be granted without first having
an executed Community Host Agreement with the City of Easthampton.

Herbology has executed a Community Host Agreement with the City of Easthampton. The Host
Community Agreement Certification Form is attached hereto as Exhibit I.

10.10.7.2 Community Outreach Meeting: No Special Permit application shall be deemed


complete by the Planning Department until a Community Outreach Meeting in accordance with
935 CMR 500 has occurred.

Herbology conducted a Community Outreach Meeting on April 10, 2018 in accordance with 935
CMR 500.000. Please see the enclosed documentation, attached hereto as Exhibit J.

10.10.7.4 License requirements:

10.10.7.4.1 The applicant shall submit proof that the application to the CCC has been deemed
complete pursuant to 935 CMR 500.102. Copies of the complete application, to the extent legally
allowed, shall be provided as integral component of the application to the planning board and
no Special Permit application shall be deemed complete by the Planning Department until this
information is provided.

Demonstration that Herbology’s application to the CCC has been deemed complete was received
on September 12, 2018 and is attached hereto as Exhibit K. A redacted copy of the complete
application is attached hereto as Exhibit L.

10.10.7.5 - Energy Use: All Cannabis Cultivators shall submit an energy use plan to the
Planning Board to demonstrate best practices for energy conservation. The plan shall include an
electrical system overview, proposed energy demand, ventilation system and air quality,
proposed water system and utility demand.

17
Please see Herbology’s Energy Use Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit M.

10.10.7.6 Line Queue Plan: The applicant shall submit a line queue plan to ensure that the
movement of pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic along the public right of ways will not be
unreasonably obstructed.

Please see Herbology’s Line Queue Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit N.

10.10.7.7 Traffic Impact Statement: Any cannabis establishment open to the general public shall
submit a detailed Traffic Impact Statement in accordance with Section 7.4104.

Herbology’s plans yield ample parking on site to accommodate customer and employee usage
and nearly doubles the zoning requirements for parking spaces. Herbology has taken great care
to develop operational procedures to ensure that patient visits within the Marijuana
Establishment are conducted efficiently and will not result in lines or other congestion to enter or
exit the facility. Operational procedures will be adjusted as needed to ensure optimal function of
the facility. When possible, consultations will be scheduled during off-peak hours. The applicant
proposes to repave and stripe a parking lot comprised of 61 parking spaces, including two (2)
accessible parking spaces, to accommodate employee and customer parking.

Please see the enclosed traffic study conducted by Hayes Engineering, Inc., enclosed hereto as
Exhibit G. Herbology respectfully submits that its proposed use of the Property will not disturb
the existing right of way or pedestrian access, and will not cause a serious hazard to vehicle or
pedestrian traffic. Traffic generated and patterns of ingress and egress will not cause
congestion, hazard, or a substantial change to the neighborhood character.

Herbology will provide the following mitigation efforts to decrease the use of single
occupancy vehicles for accessing the site in an effort to minimize impacts from the project:

a. Provide subsidies to employees who select to utilize public transportation to commute to work.
The nearest stop is located within 100 feet walking distance from the facility;

b. Provide bicycle racks and indoor bicycle storage to encourage alternative transportation for
customers and employees;

c. Provide lockers in the break room for employees that walk or bike to work;

d. Provide customers with information regarding transportation options to access the facility;

18
e. Provide and maintain information on the Herbology website and other distributed materials on
how to access the facility by all modes of transportation;

f. Provide a “Guaranteed Ride Home” in emergencies for those employees selecting alternative
modes of transportation for their daily commute.

10.10.7.8 Parking: Parking shall be in accordance with Section 10.1 (off-street parking and
loading regulations) and Table 10.3 (off-street parking regulations).

The proposed parking has been developed in accordance with Section 10.1 and Table 10.3.

VI. Satisfaction of Review Criteria for Special Permit – 12.7.9 and Site Plan Review
– 12.95

The Special Permit Granting Authority shall not grant a special permit unless it finds the
reasonable fulfillment of the following criteria:

a. Conformance with the provisions of the ordinances of the City of Easthampton, the General
Laws of Massachusetts and all applicable rules and regulations of state and federal agencies;

The applicant respectfully submits that this proposal is in full conformance with the ordinances
of the City of Easthampton and the General Laws of Massachusetts.

b. Protection of city amenities and abutting properties through the minimizing of any detrimental
or offensive uses or destruction of unique or important natural, scenic or historic features on the
site;

The applicant has taken great care to develop a landscaping plan that is intended to minimize any
visual impact that the facility may have on abutters or other parties in interest. Specifically, the
applicant has developed a robust landscaping plan to visually separate the Northampton Street
facility from any line of sight on Industrial Way. The plan includes the planting of new trees and
installation of a contextually appropriate fence. Please see the enclosed shielding plan, attached
hereto as Exhibit B. Substantial site improvements will be made to enhance the safety in the
immediate region and improve the visual aesthetic of the Property.

The applicant is not aware of any important scenic, historical, or natural features on the site.

c. Minimization of traffic and safety impacts of the proposed development on adjacent highways
or roads, and maximizes the convenience and safety of vehicular and pedestrian movement
within the site;

19
Herbology’s plans yield ample parking on site to accommodate customer and employee usage.
Herbology has taken great care to develop operational procedures to ensure that patient visits
within the Marijuana Establishment are conducted efficiently and will not result in lines or other
congestion to enter or exit the facility. Operational procedures will be adjusted as needed to
ensure optimal function of the facility. When possible, consultations will be scheduled during
off-peak hours. The applicant proposes to repave and stripe a parking lot comprised of 60
parking spaces and two (2) accessible parking spaces to accommodate employee and customer
parking.

Please see the enclosed traffic study conducted by Hayes Engineering, Inc., enclosed hereto as
Exhibit G. Herbology respectfully submits that its proposed use of the Property will not disturb
the existing right of way or pedestrian access, and will not cause a serious hazard to vehicle or
pedestrian traffic. Traffic generated and patterns of ingress and egress will not cause congestion,
hazard, or a substantial change to the neighborhood character.

Herbology will provide the following mitigation efforts to decrease the use of single
occupancy vehicles for accessing the site in an effort to minimize impacts from the project:

a. Provide subsidies to employees who select to utilize public transportation to commute to work.
The nearest stop is located within 100 feet walking distance from the facility;

b. Provide bicycle racks and indoor bicycle storage to encourage alternative transportation for
customers and employees;

c. Provide lockers in the break room for employees that walk or bike to work;

d. Provide customers with information regarding transportation options to access the facility;

e. Provide and maintain information on the Herbology website and other distributed materials on
how to access the facility by all modes of transportation;

f. Provide a “Guaranteed Ride Home” in emergencies for those employees selecting alternative
modes of transportation for their daily commute.

d. Adequacy of the methods of disposal of sewage and refuse and the drainage of surface and
subsurface water;

The Property’s current methods of disposal of sewage and refuse and the drainage of surface and
subsurface water are adequate for Herbology’s proposed use. There are no proposed changes to

20
the Property that would alter disposal of sewage and refuse and the drainage of surface and
subsurface water. The Project, as proposed, will result in a net decrease of impervious surfaces
on the site.

e. Adequate means of protecting wetlands, watersheds, aquifers and well areas.

There are no proposed changes to the Property that would alter wetlands, watersheds, aquifers
and well area. The Project, as proposed, results in a net decrease in impervious surfaces that will
decrease stormwater rate and volume of runoff from the site.

f. Mitigation of adverse impacts on the city's resources including the effect on the city's water
supply and distribution system, sewage collection and treatment systems, fire protection and
streets.

Please see Herbology’s Energy Use Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit M, that has been designed to
reduce impact on the City’s resources including water supply and distribution.

Please see the attached Fire Protection Plan, attached hereto as Exhibit O.

There are no proposed changes to the Property that would alter existing sewage collection and
treatment centers.

g. Provisions for the off-street loading and unloading of vehicles incidental to the normal
operation of the establishment, parking, lighting and internal traffic control.

Loading and deliveries will utilize the shielded shipping and receiving area within the facility.
The General Manager of the facility will ensure that dispensary agents transporting marijuana
and marijuana products are notified of the proper loading, parking, and traffic procedures and
comply with the regulations set forth by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and standards set
forth by the City of Easthampton. Additionally, the General Manager will be responsible for
ensuring that non-marijuana suppliers are notified of delivery and loading protocol.

The General Manager will monitor the success of the plan and propose improvements if
necessary. The City of Easthampton will be notified prior to substantial plan modifications.

h. Applicant's efforts to integrate the development into the existing landscape through design
features such as vegetative buffers and retention of open space or agricultural land.

The applicant has taken great care to develop a landscaping plan that is intended to minimize any
visual impact that the facility may have on abutters or other parties in interest. Specifically, the

21
applicant has developed a robust landscaping plan to visually separate the Northampton Street
facility from any line of sight on Industrial Way. The plan includes the planting of new trees and
installation of a contextually appropriate fence. Please see the enclosed shielding plan, attached
hereto as Exhibit B. Substantial site improvements will be made to enhance the safety in the
immediate region and improve the visual aesthetic of the Property.

i. Minimization of the area over which existing vegetation is to be removed. Where tree removal
is required, special attention is to be given to the planting of replacement trees.

The Project, as proposed, will result in a net decrease in impervious area on-site and will increase
the amount of vegetative cover at the site.

j. The consistency of the development with respect to setback, area, placement of parking,
architectural style and landscaping of the surrounding buildings and development.

There are no proposed changes to the site that would alter setbacks, area, placement of parking,
architectural style, or significant landscaping.

k. Adequacy of the measures to prevent pollution of surface or groundwater to minimize erosion


and sedimentation and to minimize changes in groundwater levels, increased run-off and
potential for flooding.

There are no proposed changes to the Property that would alter any existing groundwater run-off.

l. Adequacy of the methods to ensure that the use will not constitute a nuisance by reason of
unacceptable level of air or water pollution, excessive noise or visually flagrant structures and
accessories.

The applicant has taken great care to ensure that the use will not constitute a nuisance by reason
of unacceptable levels of air or water pollution, excessive noise, or visually flagrant structures
and accessories. Please see Exhibit B: Shielding Plan, Exhibit H: Odor Control Plan, Exhibit M:
Energy Use Plan and Exhibit N: Queuing Plan.

22
--- - --------

Prepared For:

l.fciaar Mqp o· 200' 400'


ZONE I-A (INDUSTRIAL A DISTRICT)
Scale: 1 • = 400 '±
GENERAL
NOTES: DIMENSIONAL
CONTROLS REQUIRED/ALLOWED PROPOSED
FRONT YARD SETBACK 50 ft. 229.9 ft.
1. VERTICAL DATUM IS NAVD88
2. PROPERTY LINE INFORMATION IS THE RESULT OF AN ACTUAL FIELD SURVEY BY SIDE YARD SETBACK 25ft. 71.4 ft.
HAYES ENGINEERING, INC. IN JUNE 2018. REAR YARD SETBACK 30 ft. 75.2 ft. a.
::,
£l
~
3. TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATIONDEPICTED ON THIS PLAN IS THE RESULT OF AN
ACTUAL FIELD SURVEY BY HAYES ENGINEERING, INC. IN JUNE 2018.
MIN. FRONTAGE 140 ft. 304.52 ft. e ::,
(!)'t:.C
MIN. LOT t,REA 40,000 s.f. 175,447 s.f. ,.__g
g
"'3: Cl)

MAX. LOT COVERAGE (bldgs.) 40% 9% ..., 0 ~


CONTRACTORSUTILITY NOTES: l-----------'-__.c-'---1---------t-------l C _g.!!!:::;;
PARKING ( see calculations) 32 spaces 56 spaces O
0
~ i -
::r:_..Jg
1) THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN HAVE BEEN COMPILED FROM FIELD SURVEY INFORMATION
AND AVAILABLE EXISTING DRAWINGS. THE SURVEYOR MAKES NO GUARANTEETHAT THE o.. v en f')
0.. ..c r,.. 0
UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN COMPRISE ALL SUCH UTILITIES IN THE AREA, EITHER IN SERVICE OR <( I- - al
ABANDONED. FURTHER, THE SURVEYOR HAS NOT PHYSICALLY LOCATED THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES REQUIRED RETAIL: 1 spoce/300 sf. of GFA
AND DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES SHOWN ARE IN THE EXACT LOCATION Prepared By:
REQUIRED MANUFACTURING: 1 space/600 sf. of GFA
INDICATED ALTHOUGH HE DOES CERTIFY THAT THEY ARE LOCATED AS ACCURATELY AS POSSIBLE
FROM THE INFORMATIONAVAILABLE. REQUIRED REGULAR: (3,875/300) + (11,568/600) = 32 spaces

2) THE CONTRACTORSSHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING AND VERIFYING THE LOCATIONS,


REQUIRED HANDICAPPED: for 26-50 Total Spaces = 2 Handicapped
SIZES, AND ELEVATIONS OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES SHOWN OR NOT SHOWN ON THESE PLANS AND TOTAL SPACES PROVIDED: 48 (9'x18') + 2 (9'x18') HP = 50 spaces
SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER IN WRITING OF ANY UTILITIES INTERFERINGWITH THE PROPOSED DESIGN
AND THE APPROPRIATE REMEDIAL ACTION PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK. TOTAL HANDICAPPED PROVIDED: 3 VAN ACCESSIBLE

3) THE CONTRACTORSARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTACTINGDIG SAFE AT (800) 322-4844 PRIOR TO


THE START OF ANY CONSTRUCTION.

Design By: amc


Drawn By: amc
CheckedBy: pjo
Project File: EST-0001
Comp. No: EST1
cgJIssued For Permit
D Issued For Review

JOHN A. MORIN & MARTHAL. MORIN D Issued For Bid


12376/74 D Issued For Construction
[PARCEL 2 ON PB 230 PG 20]
___
- -- --T--
/
/ ~- -- - --r-r
I // ~~
!:!!!!::.....
FENCE 6.0:,
E.._ T E /
\ 1
-
fAIN7fO fEC. ,P: E:
~TE!)
T E"~
TEL£ {VERIZON)'
X /~:;c~7'Sr_:NC£ 6.0'H I,_.l;L-s:
\
T _§_ ~
~ ~ -::~
~E--•FE----.;
'1
E- - - - - -

T-T--L....
-
ASSESSOR'SPARCEL /0: 114-28
- - .#9_INOUSTRIAL
_!'ARK !'AY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
E-,. E PA/NTFO £L£C. (EV£RSOURCE)
-E---•'--•-•--E-E
T.RA
0 NS.
-i 1 r INTEO £l£C.
;-4----E--•---=•
\ \
cgJNot For Construction

©
0
0

----------------------------+------ / 1,!,~~7 ( ~ \ "/; .., \ \: ff"165.7.J PA/Mf>T~R,iJ,i'}T--T--T ,---T-.:2'/ffll T--~-I JI ON~~k


I
I
-

I
/ - _ _ _ _

I _ _ _ _

JOHN A. Mf./RIN &


_

' --- \ _ _ ,,

RTHA-..L_MORIN
<TIM'

------1-',.s;
169.4,5

i
-!

;Vh w.Jii-1
--=--
0 \
-'
l

1\, \., L£!&£.~-:._::::_·:::.--=---=---1-::.-::-


'
-_~--=---=---=---=---=---=---=---£----LDg_L'J:'-l.J
-iiiM-!6f?6-£X£PVMT.
I \ RIM=IB2.:J8 PAIN
..,...,
ttlE. (Yl°"R}.J
·F'
( ,

I I ll '· ..,,,n4 ----,~---h '-, .,.___


-- , -, - - , '
I I 'f\ [PARC. -ai_"fi 230 PG 20] i:J;,-./ ,, , -,,.L______ ::;::_~_::-:::_:::_~--~~-=---,, '-"6s- ____ :~---------", -------,,___ " ',,,, '~,._ ,
I I j '-, A -SSOR'SPAl?cB,-,,J_O:114-28 { ~ ' T" , - ~
I
I
f
I IRON PIPE
(FOUND}.
,,., ,19 INDUSTRIALPARl?'WA.):'
~-
~#
--- ✓-!< "-
,
,t,,, I -+---BRO..WV,111;
6 ' CLF \
\
'
PROPOSED/SOLID
\ ',
'~--
''365.;'2
S53'01'lN"£
\
,
',, <> C
0
·~
I I ' c;,, / coNc.PVMI\ , woo~ FENCE\s.o'H , _ \ \ -~
I I E.P. \ 138.84 <><:. , , \ , ca ',,_ \ 1 I "'
"'"4'.26'08"£ I ~ -- ' ' , ', ', ' ,'1 '
/ I 7 - -1 .._,~~ '(/ ---..._ '...., \ \ ', ', ", \ \
---- I ,,, -- - - .,.. "' " \1
---- --- 7¥M SNH L
-.--:1::::~
-
// _- - - - ~ ,✓-
rcB.
:: __ J_ ~, 8:fo:e-"::"'\ si \
"1\ '
'-,, ',,
',
--, __-o.-__....-i""',"\
',---;-~~~.;-M2~:4. _ -:t_",,,
TOTAL'~ARCEL~R£4
\ \ \, 14;:0~J'8(7, s.11_
...____ \ \. \.
~
1
- 17.1.09
9
- - - - BROKEN:,.
coNC. PVMr. , ...,,-,,:;,,,,v,,:
wooD FENCEs.o'H
PROPosEosoLID ,._
~ ;a:: ~ 95
1 --------..,,,,:------ 1);£ ,\,
BIT. coNc. ,, , ,- . , ,, , ,, , > ., 1. , , • "", r.icres ,
1~ -,
I <:i
L- - - - - - - - - ______
CB ROUND
R/1,1=17.J.09
. .
(
I

\
c8lffl
RIM=171.47
_- ~ - - - -
__ .tt-~ 1 -
\<J~
~&5\ ,,..
,,/""''-...,

• ',
'
PVMT.


'----
1 •,

1!Jr,JLS,:PAO ',, '--.
''-.. ', ..,,..--• \iiof,i£--szvllAGE/
C(JNC-BtOCK '---:,,:,(_,,.. ~
' '
:,.,
/
)
)
\
\
\
% "',
•~ \
\
\
\
~
I ... ;')
),
I
lll¾ - "' '° " "' "' ....,,"' - :ii
0

I - ..,,._ -
\,
- ~ G:lo....,
"'"S'~ __ _ __
Ly l /''
,n __ _l,..,:.;1,. 80.3
'GR•
:?;8',::8.
MPST . .
.,_
-
•'~...,.
\ ·
1
.l
· .
?
-----{-~
P~T.\
/, ,
\
/'

(✓
/
/'

/
/
)

\
\
)
,
)
I
\

I
}
\..

;---
---
"'

I 0
00
~

I
'
"~-----
✓---------~
."< ' 1 ..,..

i~ :_m
•CZff- \ •
. ·


\

\
I (

cc--7-----/APPROx.!roGEP~------t---
\-
I I ;
I 00 0
N

I ~~ '11,_,p_ STRAW
WATltE
,

,--7"-
,,,,, • , 11
' ;:i..., SOLID ·\ . I
i.a
~ I I ; I ~ I
I 0
~

I
I ; ~ ~ Ci
~ <:::,!;:i~
~N
___•
CONTROL
• -s . •
--- ~t'_,,,•' '
~ 1
~~
~"
E:~I~~l~N
6,088± sf.
FE~z· . ·
VER . y \
ilST NG \
• \,,
,/
~ ---~-,
\
----l~~rc{,pq:c:.~~~------.:'.{i'~
', ',, \. '1-,
I
:-- 162.CJ!; •
st

~
II
.0
~

.D
....
Q)

I i ~ ~it ~ I~
~ ~ ~
%:f :Jt-7i . . . . . . . . !\ I'.
sRuA'Z1LEDDIN)G
Ex(·T1s0T1NBGE
~ l(j ~ ~
-S.,;.., -,,,-},_-
~r"'"
-i- -
1\ . /]·
1~ ,,,
(
"~; m 7/Cwg:ow.vp
VEMl~T . . --- ,' 11•~-~::'.JI '5: Q)
0
0
st E
...,
Q)

a.
I ,a:'<)~~~
:,s ~ <:i It <::S
~-- "1"174-+-um-~~--..:..1\
¼'OKEN

'I; i . ( ' ,,
/
-,\'--{..__
--------------------
... ·go·t ~&]ci\,_,
£/JC£- \ . ~l-11,.--"

.
_'"-_;_~~
,'-- ' ..,..,,·01 vi
l~r-·'-..,\ \ {\ \/ i
:
\\
lANO/ivc
P/IMT. .
le ~I
lli I
I
(f) 0
N
Q)
(f)
..
I ~.......~ ~ Gl4E ', . .. - I ....,
Q)

==~\,°'2,~~
,!ti ' . . \ , ' 1-c-JjL.i..J \ \ I I I <:::,

~ ~ ~f ~
ONH 0
\\ : o~~LAY Ex1511f;iG
~
. %I 'x ;'\ 6Fi?!~~DD
~
·-.1~~ I • \ \,, \

t
j \ ')
~ ~
..,. I
R/l,l=/62.7.J
Cl
0

) ~
~
..._w ...
~~
"---.: '\\
, '--
~
· iPAVEMENl
. . . '", .
5
/ \ · l ·\
. : . / .1. : \, .
i j-•~i · ~, i
CULTIVATION
AREA
.s1~1--,'--I
,._ ,
~
UIH{
~'-
,
:
,.,..1-~-
.,
~ L,_:
\
\
\
,
\
1
J

\
,
J
'f ~1
~
~
R!
_
_ I'<
1
1
I.'. '"
I
I
Drawing Title:

I ~~ ,
s:,.
~
~
~;:~
· -- 1 ,_\· .\·I 5,480± sf.
r- -
', \
,
. ·.
1 '9.9' 1 I 1
11
\
(
, ~
V)
9l
~
--~~

-~
I
I
I 0
1 f (pffl
,>
\

OHw·-.
B.i
!' \1•
' .
-~.);-
\.
'f:
56.0
I 1HIIStJ.=174.16':!I
24.1 ) \
'£,
\
It..;-
:~
1!,,..r 1 /
--I-,~!
n
1
\
!
\
\
I
\
\
\
\
\
\
\,,.. ...........
--
-l"'l~;,11'-'
--
's:1'
I ""-'
I
I
I J \ · -/ " Li",S ...,I I I I i -...J

\ "f-~~OING
PROPOSED
I
I I\ ',, '.,
·_\,·. ·a"'osccce•,·. ,//
.~ · .
9 ·•ooces ~1
· I
81.
£00£ •
~•....,....:.:.s:w
PROPOSED;
DISPENSARY
15 5
15 5
• ::s \:iil
i\ .
t' \
: i
1 ) \ \
/ / \ \
\
\, \<
I ·"",1,.,,,/<''II
,...__ :,,
~~ _l'
III
WYPANEL
I

I
.,,u,. '\ ·r fJ ......
-,.,,.... · . ·1·
PVMT.
I O
AREA •
AC.
'
,,.,.
\ . ,,-::.---•
---1ro...r.
'"1-- '
f i\ '\ '\ ' ', HAM+·-,,.,,,
~ HVL
L ...._ ;s ............... (\-
, l'.Eq?M STAO
/ ' . \ o!. .I · · . iii 3,875± sf.~ WIT 1 1 · ~--- 1 1 , ( ,.. ~ ,_•_
I
= ~~- - - - - - - - . --~~
·.. ·. I T. ; ~IS;~ ~ ii~ •~,\ "¼;,:':\\ \ \\ \\ : \ 8 ; I
I
I
- ,V,,• --- \.
- ~-,1-79- ----- \ I I I ~ I
-------------- - - - - - - - \ \\ ·1 / - I ·\ • / . . $..'.)ey· • I I I \ I / ~
,.cc,.t3;=----=~~~ ---___ - - __ /..L.... _ R;,,;J;f. i . \. 1
2 •Poce~ · , . . L..t_\.a,,.J:_.-_'1iii
-~) ,/~~ ·. ·. ~!~ -~i \\ \ \ / (/ --..;::
" l
\

=
'lisps•
sr.,
,v,.
- - - - - - ::B -------
- -":.::-=.::-:.::-:.::=====---
UN/TEO ST-4TESA
- ---- -
''\,
·
-- _,,r-----~,..,
_
- -
- - - - k1f>'~'__ -
,/
- - -
=-- l
-

~c
- - -::

/
c!I.@/
I
~
j-
7- - -1-\--,k;~
I ~Q,§jD..w::_:::f-
- - - \

I
, , ;
1 cy- Pv;,,:
;
1

I
IV~J~~7'U;

~
.__/ <
/ - _,_
!I \
'
-

"'I
\
i .I

· .
.
1· .

t.
~~~~b ~~/
PAVEMEN1,'
·
~l:!J1

. \ .
.
..
mu-,= 1
mM·
1111
-~ /
't';,_:

.,~ ••..

.
i
. ,,.

1
I
~
~ err.,co/>/;
• \
i~~ ~ ~g \
ftiJJT.
·,·-
\

. \ . 28.25
11,
yI
1

~\~ i
~\ \
ii:\
-,
";
J
I
,--
(
I L1=55f53'.J3,~
I1
L=§.'9.27
('151"1'0'45"W \ R= '0.00
1
1

I
<f
100.149
/

'ii" .,,
>:..,,,.
/h~,~-""-,";,4[.-~zs.;.05.·~3
JJ, "<..
'
~

,
~

\ 'j
~

~I
'1'
f?.00
R=30,Bq
7

\,
--" ' ""
\
\
\
________ ____ 473 7.i:r:L SERVICE ~· ,, \ / '1.li )' --~ .. .•,,·_ fl, :96. \ ,1 1
~
13
c 1 _,.L;,'26.81 '-,, \
[PA /• -- 1 ' \ , ""' \ /21=19"56'50" ,,
As..::f_';_L ": ON PB-178-PG 947----- _-.::._-:=._-- ------- --l. \ ( CVNc.
Cl/"19 / ''31 204.21----- \ ,_J ' I V \
-'<--.>..>OR-S
PARCEl. 10: 114-41 - - - - - - - ;,.,.::::_ - - - - F I N59"37 ,...- - UN/TEOST,4TESPOST,4LSERVICE I I I
.#191 NORTHAMPTONST / , __ J -,/ 1
h1!f 4737/295 ca / I \
' ~~,.... ) [PARCEL P ON PB 178 PG 84] R/1,1•167.~ I SIGN.· I
i-------------------------------- cefllTCRNET ASSESSOR'SPARCEL /0: 114-41
CA/IT/ON
CH/LOREN I
I --------------------------- RIM•t69..J5 #191 NORTHAMPTONST __ _ I
' -r------------------------,--- \ I

1 I / \
\
\
\ I
I
I
I Drawing No.:

''
""
"' /
/
/
/
C1
SITE PLAN
- ----- - -
/
" ...../
C,-~'4 ~2,ijJIJ SHEET 1 OF 2
Prepared For:

2" X 2" X 36" WOODENSTAKES PLACED 10' O.C.


STRAWWATTLE SEDIMENTCONTROL(12" TYPICAL)
TRUCK TRAFFIC ---+-- • CAR TRAFFIC

WORKAREA

1-1 /2" WEARING COURSE __ _ ,--- 1 -1 /2" WEARING COURSE


OVER TACK COAT OVER TACK COAT
-~.·

.:4::,
"1·- ~--'"~ 2" BINDER COURSE 2" BINDER COURSE
FINISHED ·z_
•_.
·:~.=<r.
· ::~.:<f
WEARING GRADE
CWRB
COURSE SIDE VIEW INSTALLED --OPl':NING Prepared By:
SECTION
NIB

1 " REBAR FOR BAG


REMOVAL FROM INLET
(REBAR NOT INCLUDED) 2" X 2" X 36" WOODENSTAKES PLACED 1O' O.C.

OPTIONAL----~ •
OPTIONAL
OVERFLOW OVERFLOW • •
AREA TOBE
SILTSACK® ----- PROTECTED
DUMP LOOPS 6" MIN. CLEAN, GRADED
(REBAR NOT __ __. --.__ STRAWWATILE SEDIMENTCONTROLBARRIER
(12" TYPICAL) AND COMPACTED STONE
INCLUDED) 8" MIN. CLEAN, GRADED
WATER FLOW
) AND COMPACTED STONE

WELL DRAINED SUBGRADE Design By: amc


(SUBGRADE COMPACTED TO ___ ...,
WORKAREA
Drawn By: amc
95% MODIFIED PROCTOR
COMPACTION) Checked By: pjo
NOTES:
1. STRAWWATTLESTO BE PLACED Project File: EST-0001
PER PLAN LOCATIONS. Comp. No: ESTl

PLAN
~
2. OVERLAPJOINTS BY MINIMUMOF
FIVE (5) FEET
0 PAVEMENTSECTION
NOT TO SCALE
t8:J
Issued For Permit
0 Issued For Review

0 CAPE COD CURB


NOT TO SCALE SILTSACK@
N01E:
THIS PAVEMENTSECTIONDETAJLREFLECTSMINIMUMREQUIREMENTS.
BASED ON GE01ECHNICALDATA.
ENGINEERTO DETERMINEDESIGN
0 Issued For Bid
0 Issued For Construction
t8:J
Not For Construction
NOT TO SCALE STRAW
WATTLE
SEDIMENT
CONTROL
NOT TO SCALE

CONCRETE PAD --~


(MINIMUM 3000 PSI)
#4 BARS 12" __
WEARING COURSE --~
6'-3" 0.C. EACH WAY

BINDER COURSE -~ C
a
·;;
6" SQUARE GRANITE -~
a:
POST

8" CRUSHED
-
0 a,

"O
co ,-..
"' "' " "' NI - 11
00
STONE BASE ...,
<I> ~

PAINTED WOOD SIGN COMPACTED z


0 0
N
SUBGRADE TO 95%
.'
(15.3sf) PROCTOR DENSITY
(/)
<(
II
-st"
N
• ~
....
Q)
PAINTED WOOD SIGN <I>
.a
E
.. ...,
<I>
~ .
(2.6sf) 0
()
(/)
a.
<I>
0 (/)

I PAINTED WOOD SIGN ...,


<I>
0
<..O (2.6sf) a
·,
QDUMPSTER PAD Drawing Title:
NOT TO SCALE

co
I

PROPOSED FREE STANDING SIGN LOCATED WITHIN HIGHWAY BUSINESS DISTRICT:


(SEE EASTHAMPTON ZONING SECTION X. 10.0)

BUSINESS SIGN FOR COMMERCIAL RETAIL OR SERVICE USE:

MAX. TOTAL AREAS OF SIGNS: 100 sf.


MAX. SIGN SIZE: 32 sf.
MAX. HEIGHT: 15 ft.
SET BACK: 10 ft.

QPROPOSED FREESTANDING
SIGN
NOT TO SCALE

Drawing No.:

C2
DETAILS
SHEET 2 OF 2
(!)
~

:i:::
(.)

~I
en

z
0
l-
o.
~:i:::

~
0::1
~

m
0 ~
LJ.J
1-
~
0
""
1
z ·-
~
~
:g
=> m .;;
:i::: ~ ~
C a,

~ - m
•. 5
en m "'
Q.

~
~
:!'
~ ~
m "'
~

.c
u
~

<(

r I I I r I I I r I

I I I I I I I I I I
I I I I I I I I I I
I I I I I I I I I I
I I I I I I I I I I
L ____ _J L ____ _J L ____ _J L ____ _J L ____ _J

( Ill I
u
z-
11=11111 1111

,----------_;
1111 111 1111

\_ a..
..
I => II)
I
I [!]]
,-
0 ~
I
I
c:::: +'
a, :,
II)

,----- J
I .. C) a, ...c
r
I I
7 II)
... u
1

I
I
I
L_O
I

0 D
1r£=1
i I I
_
:
_J
+'
C
a,
E C)
>- +'
V')
C
0
co
II)
Ill
co
a, ~
I
I > 0_J +'
a. ~
I ...
0
a.
E
co 0
C
I
I
""'''"'"
=
VAUl-1

-E
0 ...c 0..
L ____ _
,------- - - - - -
( cc t0 E
co
+'
C
co
c:::: z ...c
1

I C w 0,, Lt) ti
I
a,
I- :r: ..-w
co
I THESE DRAWINGS ARE FOR THE EXCLUSIVE
USE OF GLIDDEN SPINA+ PARTNERS, INC.
I AND MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED,
REPRODUCED OR USED IN ANY MANNER

I
I
=
w .. -------- - - - WITHOUT THE EXPRESSWRITTEN CONSENT
OF GLIDDEN SPINA+ PARTNERS, INC. ALL
RIGHTSRESERVED.

I Revisions:

I
L ___________

,----7
_ I
I
I
=
.
""""
l"~IION

I I I
I I I
I I
I I I
_J ' ' I

I Project no: 18160


Date: 07 /18/18
I
Drawn by: MAR
I
Project Architect: MR
L ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ J

~
0..
a:
A-1
0
0 ________
LL
_J
___.
(!)
~

:i:::
(.)

~I
en

z
0
l-
o.
~:i:::

~
0::1
~

m
0 ~
LJ.J
1-
~
0
""
1
z ·-
~
~
:g
=> m .;;
:i::: ~ ~
C a,

~ - m
•. 5
en m "'
Q.

~
~
:!'
~ ~
m "'
~

.c
u
~

<(

•LJ
---------
---------
,-,
' I I
'-, '
'
~,
I
-
-k=-~~
-
,\· ·r
- - _,., ,- -
u
z-
•0
I

I
f-
- b - - - f-- D - - - -
I
a..
..
'.,-I I
J~l r=,
,,
·:,_______,_
' I

---
C
'=1 J=t
J=t t_- -- , __., [_' => II)

(
~,
- 0 ~
I&~
I I r-7
-
l
,, ,,- -
I
I
L_O
I
I
{""' c:::: +' II)
OFFI~
iC f
Q 'b j l,,- 0 b 'p
C) a, :,
a, ..c
CJ I
II)
... u
>- co
I +'
:7 C +'
' V')

•0
II)
:,!.--1 ' - - - - a,
7 i- 11ii { i- rt ii C Ill
' 'J __
,~, ,~1 ' E CJ 0 co
a, ~
> 0
' I I '
+'
I
a. ~
~AININt;
~OOM
( ...
0 _J E C

-I 0 CJ a. co 0
,__
0
- - ( E 0 ..c 0.
·:,

Iii
I
=
' I
'
'
'~
I
'
cc t E
0 co
( ,~
+'
C
co
c:::: Z..c
'
I_,
I
' ~\
'

C w Lt) ti
o \__
I I
-------- - - - - - ~ :r: 0,.
..-w
co

THESE DRAWINGS ARE FOR THE EXCLUSIVE

:~'I
'
\''--------,
• USE OF GLIDDEN SPINA+ PARTNERS, INC.
AND MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED,
REPRODUCED OR USED IN ANY MANNER


WITHOUT THE EXPRESSWRITTEN CONSENT
1:11 OF GLIDDEN SPINA+ PARTNERS, INC. ALL
11 RIGHTSRESERVED.
L~'=========l
I Cf'-0\,/ ~
Revisions:
A::~lt;A,.-ION
I CJ
,----7 I
I I &HIPPI~
I
I I ~E:i,IVINti
I
I I CJ
I I I
A
~====::====::!::::::====:::::!!::::=======::!::::========l -
I ' I

I
u ~: I
L ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ J Project no:
Date:
18160
07 /18/18
Drawn by: MAR
Project Architect: MR

0r :-:_o_"-1,-..1C:
..;.
P'
..:.
L.-
..;.
A_;_;
N=----------
1.;_
~ -,,

~
0..
a:
A-1
0
0
LL.,_ ________
_J _.
Exhibits

Exhibit A – Provisional Certificate of Registration


Exhibit B – Shielding Plan
Exhibit C – Evidence of Site Control
Exhibit D – Attestation of Representatives
Exhibit E - Exterior Security Measures
Exhibit F - Proposed Signage
Exhibit G – Traffic Impact Statement
Exhibit H – Odor Control Plan
Exhibit I – Host Community Agreement Certification Form
Exhibit J – Community Meeting Information
Exhibit K – Certification of Complete Cannabis Control Commission Application
Exhibit L – Cannabis Control Commission Application
Exhibit M – Energy Use Plan
Exhibit N – Queuing Plan
Exhibit O – Fire Protection Plan

23
Herbology Group

Exhibit A:

Provisional Certificate of Registration


The Commonwealthof Massachusetts
Executive Office of Health and Human Services
Department of Public Health
Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality
Medical Use of Marijuana Program
CHARLES D. BAKER 99 Chauncy Street, 11th Floor, Boston, MA 02111 MARYLOU SUDDERS
Governor Secretary

KARYN E. POLITO MONICA BHAREL, MD, MPH


Lieutenant Governor Commtssloner

Tel: 617-660-5370
www.mass.gov/medicalmarijuana

March 10, 2017

BY U.S. MAIL AND E-MAIL

Ms. Jane Hawman


Herbology Group, Inc.
82 Wendell Ave., STE 100
Pittsfield, MA 0 1201

Re: Provisional Ce1iificate of Registration for a Registered Marijuana Dispensary for


a Dispensary, Cultivation and Processing Facility in Chester

Dear Ms. Hawman:

Please be advised that Herbology Group, Inc. has been selected to receive a Registered
Marijuana Dispensary ("RMD") Provisional Ce1iificate of Registration at its proposed co-located
Chester facility and to move forward to the Inspectional Phase. The issuance ofthis RMD
Provisional Ce1iificate of Registration is subject to the following ongoing conditions:

1. All dispensary agents and capital contributors shall be subject to a background check as
set forth in the Guidance for Registered Marijuana Dispensaries Regarding Background
Checks prior to commencing work as a dispensary agent or contributing funds to the
RMD.

2. The RMD shall comply with the Humanitarian Medical Use of Marijuana Act, Ch. 369 of
the Acts of2012 (the "Act"), as implemented by Department of Public Health (the
"Department") Regulations, 105 CMR 725.000, et seq. ("Regulations"), during the period
of its provisional registration, except as expressly waived in writing by the Department
pursuant to 105 CMR 725.700.

3. The RMD shall be subject to inspection and audit to ascertain compliance with any
applicable law or regulation, including laws and regulations of the Commonwealth
relating to taxes, child supp01i, workers compensation, and professional and commercial
insurance coverage.

4. The RMD shall be subject to inspection and audit to ascertain that the RMD is operating
at all times in a marmer not detrimental to public safety, health, or welfare.
5. The RMD shall be subject to inspection and audit to ascertain that its facilities are
compliant with all applicable state and local codes, bylaws, ordinances and regulations.

6. The RMD shall be subject to inspection and audit to asce1iain that it has sufficient
financial resources to meet the requirements of the Act or 105 CMR 725.000, et seq.

7. The RMD shall cooperate with and provide information to Depaiiment inspectors, agents
and employees upon request.

8. The RMD shall, as necessary, amend its bylaws to expressly require compliance with
725.lOO(A)(l) and the "Guidance/or Registered Mar!Juana Dispensaries Regarding
Non-Profit Compliance" by stating that the RMD shall "at all times operate on a non-
profit basis for the benefit of registered qualifying patients" and shall "ensure that
revenue of the RMD is used solely in furtherance of its nonprofit purpose." If the bylaws
do not expressly include such requirement, they shall be ainended within thirty days of
the date of this letter and the amended bylaws shall be filed with the Department by mail
at the above address and by email at RMDcompliance@state.ma.us.

9. The RMD shall keep current all information required by 105 CMR 725.000, et seq., or as
otherwise required by the Depaiiment pursuant to 725.100(F)(4) and may not make
certain changes without prior approval from the Depaiiment pursuant to 725.lOO(F)(l)-
(3).

10. The RMD must submit payment of the registration fee required pursuant to 105 CMR
725.lOO(C)(l) and 801 CMR 4.02.

In the Inspections Phase, the Depaiiment will continue to verify, among other things, that the
RMD will operate in compliance with the RMD operational requirements, see 105 CMR 725.105
(A)-(Q), and security requirements, see 105 CMR 725.1 lO(A)-(F). Fmihermore, the Depmiment
may impose other conditions that the Depaiiment dete1mines necessary to ensure the RMD will
operate in accordance with applicable Massachusetts laws and regulations.

Please be advised pursuant to 105 CMR 725.lOO(C)(l) the Depaiiment may issue a Final
Certificate of Registration only after an applicant has successfully completed the Inspections
Phase and the Depaiiment has issued final approval.

Please mail the enclosed remittance form with a bank/cashier's check in the amount of
$50,000 payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts within thirty (30) days of the date
of this letter to:

Depaiiment of Public Health


Medical Use of Marijuana Program
RMD Registration
99 Chauncy Street, 11th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
After the registration fee is processed, this letter shall serve as Herbology Group, Inc. 's
Provisional Certificate of Registration with the aforementioned conditions. The Department will
continue to verify all infonnation provided by the RMD, and that the RMD is compliant with
applicable Massachusetts law and regulations. It is within the Department's discretion to revoke
this Provisional Certificate of Registration at any time.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Department at RMDcompliance@state.ma.us.

Bur u Director
Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Herbology Group

Exhibit B:

Shielding Plan
EXISTINGSITE PHOTS
•• • • ,,. '
'' I ------- ; ,' ~------------------
'' I~-r ' ' C
•' ' /f--- ---""----
---------
7 - , I
I I
I
I
t
11111,--------------------
•,' ' ,~ ',____________ I I / ',

------
7 -- ---------------~ .......
"'---, '
' '' '.\ \
-.• •• '. '' -.\I \ ~- ' C I < ',
,_,,
•••
i

~----------' ---- ''


''
-' '
' ''
''
,_ '
N/F \

•'
•" L '
n
. '•
•,
'
' •'
••
'
'
:1
I
I --- MORI!✓, JOHN A. & MARTHA
.
,_ I
I
I .
'' ' !93 NORTHAMPTON STREET ''
, ----- ' I
'' ', • I ' ' 7 - - ------------
- - -----_}.--.:_,, L' __
'
' '' ' I MAP 7 74 LOT 40 •'
' '• '• • ,. I

:c' - '
I
''
'

,, ,
-, I
'' '
' '
'' ' ,-
''
- 'L' ' I
.-
'
•'
'
' ' I ''
. •'
- ''
.•' ,.'
,' ,_,'
.- ' I
I

/_,
,I '
• ' I

' '' ' ' 'I '~
' - I
-•
•.
• '
• r - ......
,,,
i -- I

'
'
'•
' I
'-------
,I , I
I
'
''
''
'' '
. I

-,
' I le-----,
''
, ' I

01 .'" '. ' '


I
'
'•
'' I,'
,,'
I
I
,, .
'
·- ,' u
z, L-=
- -1
•' "' ,, -' -✓---✓ ' I
• ' i I

• '' ,, ''
'' .-- :,
I

-' •
I
:,
,, '" '- -- \
,i',_,'
r

---- ,-, I
I
, ,

;I '
'
' --, '
' - --,
',
''
I
I
, ----

.
' ' '' ' - '
' ' ' '' .. ; I
'I
I',, r' l-J
._, ' ' ,, ' - '' I
I
' ' •, __
•' '' ' '

.. --- , '' ,,
', I , - I , I
~ ,
'
,' I
I '
,
", "____-,_ I
I '
I ,- ~

/
/ I
''
' I i '~
- ,-, .- - ,-,
I
I
~
,--
,, • ' ,1 __, - l - '' I
•'
.' '
--. '.
• ' ,'1 ' I _,
'' ''
' ,,
..
i' \, '•.,•
'


'

'
'
'
'
''
'
''
'L• '
'' I
'
if
'/
•/ '' -
I_, ,,\
'
j
I
I
,'
-, .. -'\
\ J
•,

''
:1
",, •
' • ,1

- _,-'
" ,'
PROPOSEDFENCING- 6'-0" HIGH ,,
:1 :1
'' ._,
I '
,--
I
I'
"
''
'
•'
--rI f----
,' ----, -_,-'
'
I',
I'
I'
•" ,__

,
1-, ' - I l ____ ,,- :,
'
'-
(, , • '
02 ' I ) -
'' f"
. --- ,_. ' ' ,-,

---- ----'
-·-
I
I •I ' ' ' ' '-,'
'
''

' ,., ·-- '


', I
I
I

I
•,,
''
''
' I '
' '' L'
(1,'
'1
,,
'
, _, '
'
''
",/t
.,
I :
" ..) ..
q e

'I
:l I J I-'.
,•
'•
,,,
,, ,'-----------7--------J
r I\ ,
'
J.
I
I
I
'•
_,~----------------------------·~------------, .'
'
'"
I
I
I
'
,

' ''
'
'' ' , --. ---'
r,.
\, I
,'1- ,--,
,, ,. '' ''
___
-
"j
I > ,, ,
:,,'
r
,• ' '
L. ,:, ' " I
'' '• I
'
l " \-- - ', ' I'
., ·r t1- ',\,, I , ''", ,,-,~V
HJ
1
·' ' ' ,_- '
d
,, I
--- -, ' '
;.1' I I" ,, -' - '
: \1
f I
I
!-. ,, ' ''
.:,
,. ' I