Central Maine.com reports
The city shouldn’t allow medical marijuana to be sold from campers — or anywhere else that doesn’t have a permanent foundation.
That was the recommendation of the Augusta Planning Board on Tuesday night, effectively squashing a local caregiver’s plans to sell medical marijuana from his camper-trailer though his business, Weed on Wheels Maine.
Giovanni DelVecchio is the Augusta caregiver who proposed to sell medical marijuana from a camper he spent thousands of dollars to renovate into a retail space. He said Wednesday he is frustrated to have apparently wasted so much time and money on his apparently to-be-banned business model, but is looking to regroup and sell his medical marijuana from a building.