, Newburyport, MA


December 13, 2013

Marijuana cultivation a benefit


Amesbury would benefit in several ways from allowing ATG to site its cultivation facility here, without any negative impacts whatsoever:

Vacant warehouse space would be filled, bringing more revenue into the community.

10-15 professional jobs would be created. ATG will give preference to qualified Amesbury applicants.

ATG intends to put substantial construction, electrical, plumbing and HVAC contracts out for bid. ATG will again give preference to qualified Amesbury vendors.

ATG has offered $250,000 in funding to the city, over a period of five years. The funds are intended to support wellness programs and other initiatives in line with our nonprofit mission.

Chris Edwards

Alternative Therapies Group, Inc.

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