The Planning & Zoning Commission meets April 5 to continue its public hearing on medical marijuana dispensaries.
Three proposals are on the agenda.
One involves the former Bertucci’s restaurant on the Post Road, near the Sherwood Island Connector.
The 2nd is for the old Blockbuster store.
The 3rd proposal is for 345 Post Road West.
That’s the Academy of Dance building, near the Norwalk border.
The dance studio sent out this message:
It has been brought to our attention that our landlords have filed an “Application for Special Permit” to attempt to make this location eligible for a CT Medical Marijuana Dispensary. We were not aware of these intentions and we are working with our landlords to better understand their recent actions.
It is important for our dance community to know that we are bound by a current lease that entitles us to remain at 345 Post Road West as we have done successfully for many years.
The Academy says their “classes, performances, privacy and typical routines” will not be disrupted or infringed upon. They’re not closing, and they don’t intend to move.
Sounds as if the applicant — “FFD Westport LLC” — has found a location smaller than the 2 big locations so many residents complained about at the last meeting.
But it’s clear the current tenants are not going to just waltz away.
(The P&Z meeting on Thursday, April 5 begins at 7 p.m. in Town Hall.)