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43In a brief conversation Wednesday, Anglelo said he looks forward to the opportunity to air the topic. To apply for a one of the state’s dispensary licenses, Angelo and partner Catherine (“Rina”) Cametti, of Walpole, first need a vote of support or “non-opposition” from selectmen. They are seeking to open a medical marijuana dispensary at 24 Washington St., to be called Beacon Compassion Center.

A long-closed gas station now sits at the site, the corner of Route 1 and North Street. As of April, 23 states and the District of Columbia have laws legalizing medical marijuana. The drug alleviates some of the symptoms of serious illnesses and can ease the side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea, according to medical authorities and patients.

Referring to the medical use of marijuana, Angelo in his literature said he “believes that the benefits of regulated and high-quality supplies of this treatment method will bring relief and better quality of life to those in need.” The May 12, 2014 annual town meeting voted almost unanimously to restrict any dispensary to a zoning district on Route 1, from North Street two miles south to Pine Street, and to require a special permit from the planning board.

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