Do marijuana community impact fees really address impacts? 

Industry report finds lack of transparency in municipal spending

AARON VEGA, director of the Office of Economic Development and Planning for the city of Holyoke, said the money Holyoke collects in community impact fees from cannabis companies will address costs related to the industry.  So far, Holyoke spent $45,000 of nearly $2 million collected on staff for Vega’s office to review special permits for(...)

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