At its meeting in October, the Common Council passed a resolution in support of an application for a cannabis dispensary license submitted by Blaze NY LLC. One of the founders of Blaze NY is former Fourth Ward supervisor Bill Hughes, and it was Hughes who requested a resolution of support from the Common Council. From the discussion that preceded the introduction and vote on the resolution, Gossips gathered there were two other applicants seeking licenses to dispense cannabis in Hudson, and that no licenses had yet been issued in Hudson.
There has been no news on the success of Blaze NY or the other applicants in getting licensed, but earlier this week, a cannabis dispensary called Gotham opened in The Caboose, the newly reconstructed red barn at 60 South Front Street.
Today is the day! Gotham lands in Hudson, right across from the Amtrak station. Open every Thursday thru Sunday, from 11 am to 7 pm. We can't wait to see you.
Yesterday, the following message appeared on Instagram, posted by @visithudsony.
It's the second week of @gotham.ny's legal cannabis pop-up, conveniently located at the brand new @thecaboosehudsonny right across from the Hudson AMTRAK station.
There you'll find a large selection of flower, edibles, apparel, products for the home, and skin/body care products, with an emphasis on locally produced and sustainable products. Whether you're a longtime budficionado or just trying your first toke, the friendly and approachable folks from Gotham will set you on the right path.
Gotham has a shop in New York City, at East 3rd Street and the Bowery. The shop here in Hudson is a pop-up, a temporary installation which will be in place until the end of the year.
For more information about Gotham, visit their website: gotham.nyc.
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