Cannabis Control Commission Public Meeting

In accordance with Sections 18-25 of Chapter 30A of the Massachusetts General Laws, notice is hereby given of a meeting of the Cannabis Control Commission. The meeting will take place as noted below.


May 16, 2019

Health Policy Commission
50 Milk Street
Boston, MA 02110



1) Call to Order
2) Chairman’s Comments & Updates
3) Staff Recommendations on Final Licenses

  • a. Garden Remedies, Inc., Vertically Integrated Medical Marijuana Treatment Center/RMD

4) Staff Recommendations on Provisional License Applications

  • a. Caregiver-Patient Connection (# MRN282131), Retail
    b. Eagle Eyes Transport, Inc., (# MTN281320), Third Party Marijuana Transporter
    c. In Good Health, Inc., (# MRN282468), Retail
    d. Mayflower Medicinals, Inc. (# MCN281343), Cultivation – Tier 2 / Indoor
    e. Mayflower Medicinals, Inc. (# MPN281480), Product Manufacturing
    f. Mission MA, Inc. (# MCN281288), Cultivation – Tier 1 / Indoor
    g. Mission MA, Inc. (# MPN281312), Product Manufacturing
    h. Mission MA, Inc. (# MRN281259), Retail
    i. Mission MA, Inc. (# MRN282028), Retail
    j. Trichome Health Corp., (# MCN281738), Cultivation, Tier 3/Indoor
    k. Trichome Health Corp., (# MPN281507), Product Manufacturing
    l. Trichome Health Corp., (# MRN281774), Retail
    m. Trichome Health Corp., (# MRN282319), Retail

5) Staff Recommendation on Change of Ownership Applications

  • a. SIRA Naturals, Inc.

6) Commission Discussion and Votes

  • a. Regulatory Policy Discussion
    • i. Social Consumption

    7) New Business that the Chairman did not anticipate at time of posting
    8) Next Meeting Date

    Notice of Executive Session

    Under the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A, § 21(a)(4) and (7) and the Public Records Law, G.L. c. 66, and the exemptions set forth in G.L. c. 4, § 7(26)(a), (d), (f), (g) and (n), the Commission may enter into executive session on the following agenda items:

    • 1) to discuss provisional licensees’ qualifications for final licensure, including, but not limited to, the Commission staff’s strategies for reviewing, inspecting, and monitoring the proposed security plans of the Marijuana Establishment and for the marijuana and marijuana products.
      2) to discuss operational issues, including, but not limited to, the Commission staff’s strategies for securely receiving and transferring cash deposits.

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