At the request of the applicant, the Zoning Board of Appeals today deferred hearing the case for and against a medical-marijuana dispensary on Milk Street downtown until July 7.
"We've been in talks with the Mayor's office and we want to get it right," Mike Ross, attorney for Patriot Care, said this morning.
Patriot Care has a state license to sell marijuana to people with prescriptions, but also needs approval from the city zoning board. It hopes to begin operations by year's end.
The new hearing was set for 9:30 a.m. on July 7.