Sunday, March 2, 2014

"state regulations include a long list of security measures"

A tall fence equipped with motion sensors will encircle the massive building in Franklin where New England Treatment Access Inc. plans to grow its supply of medical cannabis. 
Twenty-four hours a day, six security guards will patrol the Forge Parkway premises, also monitored by infrared cameras. 
Employees will pass through a secure checkpoint before beginning the workday. And all of the leftover plant waste they dispose of is to be mixed with rock, wool and paper, then ground to a pulp, making it useless should anyone gain access to the Dumpsters. 
"It’s not just for keeping criminals out, but keeping the employees who work for us honest, as well," said the company's executive director Kevin Fisher of the site's layered security.
You can read the full article in the Milford Daily News here

Related articles on the medical marijuana facility to be located in Forge Park
(Note the Town Council did pass the overlay for medical marijuana zoning)

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