Cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers will pay a $10,000 application fee and $10,000 annually afterward. Cannabis delivery businesses will pay a $2,500 application fee and $2,500 annually afterward.
The Township is allowing recreational cannabis businesses in the following four zones only — highway business district, special highway development district, light industrial district and general commercial.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The Township Committee on Wednesday introduced two ordinances that wou…
— The Township adopted the redevelopment plan for the Timber Ridge Redevelopment Area. After the meeting, professional planner Vincent Polistina said the Timber Ridge Redevelopment Area is located at the Black Horse Pike and Spruce Avenue.
Timber Ridge is a mixed-use development with retail in the front along the Black Horse Pike and a garden-type apartment complex in the back. The next step in the project is an agreement on Pinelands Development Credits among the Township, the developer and the Pinelands Commission, Polistina said.
— Public Works Director Al Simerson gave a manpower report.
Back in 2004, there were 73 public works employees, of which 66 were workers. This year, there are 51 people in the department, of which 43 are workers, which means there are 23 less workers this year compared to 2004. Automation alone does not offset the increased workload, Simerson said. The department’s workload increased 20% last year because of COVID.