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Cannabis shop on Blue Hill Avenue comes closer

The Zoning Board of Appeal today approved a proposed marijuana shop at 1102 Blue Hill Ave. at Ansel Road.

Cleon Byron's proposed Evoke has been approved by the Boston Cannabis Board. It needs the approval of the state Cannabis Control Commission before it can open. Byron is an "equity" applicant who grew up a few blocks from the proposed location, his attorney, Mike Ross, told the board.

The shop would be open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. seven days a week with 14 parking spaces, Ross said.

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Including "Dairy sandwiches". What are they?

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That's important to people who keep kosher, because the dietary laws say that you can't mix meat and dairy products in a meal. And Blue Hill Avenue was a heavily-Jewish neighborhood about 100 years ago.

[And it's G&G. D&D is a different sort of game.]

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I had Googled "dairy sandwich" and the only place that came up was a Kosher deli, so that's kind of what I thought.

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Acceptable business to be compatible with the nail salons, barbershops, hair salons, liquor stores, Western Unions, and fast food stops. Need for different types of black and brown business other than these to remove the same old same old

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