Legal Showdown Possible Over Cannabis Store Proposal For Leased Site in Woodbine Beach Park

Article by Alan Shackleton, Beach Metro

Legal showdown possible over cannabis store proposal for leased site in Woodbine Beach Park January 26, 2021 An application is being made by the Miss Jones company for a retail cannabis store at 1681 Lake Shore Blvd. E., Unit 1. The location is part of a long-term lease between the City of Toronto and Tuggs Inc. Photo by Alan Shackleton. By ALAN SHACKLETON The City of Toronto and Tuggs Inc. may be headed towards a legal showdown regarding the lease for the property at 1681 Lake Shore Blvd. E.

The City of Toronto and Tuggs Inc. may be headed towards a legal showdown regarding the lease for the property at 1681 Lake Shore Blvd. E.

Late last month a notice by the company Miss Jones that it was seeking authorization for a licence to operate a cannabis retail store from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario was posted on the site.

This drew the attention of local residents and the City who had until Jan. 11 of this year to send their comments to the AGCO regarding the application.

In a statement sent to Beach Metro News on Jan. 19, the AGCO said it had “61 submissions received, primarily opposed to a store in their local community, concerns about cannabis use, the number of stores in the community, and the proximity to parkland.”

As reported earlier in Beach Metro News, the City of Toronto had notified the AGCO that it did not consider a retail cannabis store a permitted use of the site under the lease agreement with Tuggs Inc. The leaseholder was also notified that this was the City’s position regarding the application.

The AGCO confirmed that it had received that submission from the City of Toronto’s legal department. The applicant has received copies of the submissions made and had until Jan. 22 to provide a written response, said the AGCO.

According to Beaches-East York Councillor Brad Bradford, the City has been asked by the applicant to reconsider its position regarding the lease and permitted uses on the site.

He said in a statement to Beach Metro News that the City will not be changing its position regarding the lease.

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