Proposed Wilmington medical marijuana facility would employ around 300

Proposed Wilmington medical marijuana facility would employ around 300


RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE WILMINGTON AIRPORT. IT’S THE SITE OF A 19.2 ACRE, HIGH TECH FARM OF SORTS, WHE WEEDS ARE NOT THE PROBLEM. IT IS THE CROP. WE’RE VERY DEDICATED TO FIGHTING FOR THE PEOPLE OF WILMINGTON BRIAN: JIMMY GOULD IS HEAD OF CANNASCEND OHIO, THE COMPANY HAS PLANS TO BUILD A $40 MILLION FACILITY IN WILMINTON TO GROW MEDICAL MARIJUANA. I THINK WILMINGTON WILL BENEFIT FROM THE JOBS, THE EARNINGS TAX FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF BEING AN AGRICULTURE PHARMISUDICAL — PHARMACEUTICAL COMMUNITY. BRIAN: WE SAW GROW OPERATIONS IN COLORADO WHERE FACILITIES HAVE BEEN IN OPERATION FOR SEVERAL YEARS ALREADY. WITHIN 6 YEARS, CANNASCEND PLANS TO HAVE A 75,000 SQUARE FOOT FACILITY AND EMPLOY ABOUT 30 PEOPLE. RIGHT IN THE HEART OF A SYNONYMOUS — A COMMUNITY SYNONYMOUS WITH JOB LOSS. DHL PULLED OUT OF THE AREA SEVERAL YEARS AGO TAKING THOUSANDS OF JOBS, MOST RECENTLY 300 AMAZON JOBS LEFT. WE ARE IN NEED OF JOBS BECAUSE THERE ARE NOT MANY JOBS HERE WITH AMAZON LEAVING BRIAN: THE CANNASCEND CAMP HERE IS EVENTUALLY EXPECTED TO INCLUDE AN INDOOR GROW FACILITY, MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING AND A RESEARCH CENTER. IN A COMMUNTY WHERE MANY A — A COMMUNITY WHERE MANY ARE HOPING TO FEEL THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA

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