BROOKLINE, MA — Despite concern that the corner of Washington Street and Route 9 would be mangled with traffic for the opening weekend of Greater Boston’s first retail marijuana shop, the intersection flowed freely. The line Saturday at New England Treatment Access (NETA) didn’t make it out of the parking lot, which was big enough to contain about 800 people but didn’t seem to go above 150.”Things have gone smoothly so far,” said Brookline Police Chief Andrew Lipson.”We’ve had no issues,” added Lt. Phil Harrington, a spokesperson for the department.

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