Milwaukee Wisconsin City Officials Say No To New CBD Dispensary Permit

The Cedarburg Common Council will hold a public hearing about Erth Dispensary

A CBD dispensary that had planned to open in Cedarburg last month may not open at all, if the Cedarburg Common Council follows the Plan Commission’s recommendation not to allow CBD dispensaries as a permitted downtown use.

Jennifer Kawczynski, the owner of Erth Dispensary in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood, had plans to open a second store in downtown Cedarburg, in the former Glad Rags Resale Shoppe at W61 N510 Washington Ave.

Erth Dispensary specializes in products containing CBD, short for cannabidiol, which is a non-high-inducing cousin of marijuana. CBD is extracted from hemp, but by law it must contain less than 0.3 percent of the psychoactive THC component found in marijuana.

Kawczynski said she received her occupancy permit from Cedarburg’s building inspection department in early March. At that point, Kawczynski said she started making renovations, and has since invested $10,000 in the space.

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