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Panel to draw up marijuana regulations

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The Planning Board has appointed five residents to the newly formed Medical Marijuana Moratorium Subcommittee that will develop local regulations for the implementation of the state’s medical marijuana law. Appointed were Rosemarie Hanlon, the board’s chairwoman; Carver police Sergeant Marc Duphily; town health agent Bob Pinkham; Building Commissioner Frank DeFelice; and Joe Miksch, the chairman of the Carver Agricultural Commission. The board is seeking additional members from a selectmen’s appointment and two citizen volunteers. Candidates should contact the Planning Department.

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