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City seeks resident member for Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission

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  The City Council is reaching out to Malden residents to fill its resident member seat on the Cannabis Licensing and Enforcement Commission (CLEC). The five-member Commission operates under the city’s Revised Ordinances of 1991, Section 6.49 and serves as the local licensing authority for Marijuana Establishments within the city. The CLEC shall enforce the provisions of Marijuana Establishment Licenses, including but not limited those items contained in 935 CMR 500, contained within the Special Permit and the host community agreement and any rules and regulations promulgated by the CLEC. Members of the CLEC shall not be employed by, be hired by, own or otherwise benefit directly or indirectly from the growing, distribution or sale of Marijuana. Additional information may be found at www.cityofmalden.org/cannabis.

  Prospective members must be Malden residents for the last two years. CLEC members serve a term of three years. The CLEC meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the auditorium of the Malden Senior Center at 7 Washington St. No individual who has been convicted of a felony and/or who has been convicted of distribution of controlled substances to a minor in any jurisdiction shall be eligible for appointment.

  Interested parties should send a letter of interest and a resume to Lisa Cagno, clerk of Committees at lcagno@cityofmalden.org.

  The deadline for accepting applications is Friday, March 2.

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