‘We’re in hell;’ Leicester residents raise traffic concerns after first week of recreational marijuana sales | masslive.com

By Jacqueline TemperaJTempera@masslive.comOn the first day of legal recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts, Marc Castonguay, a 57-year-old man who lives with disabilities had to cancel his monthly doctor’s appointment.”I couldn’t even leave my yard because there were so many cars,” Castonguay, who lives on Main Street in Leicester – less than a mile from Cultivate, one of two stores in Massachusetts to begin selling recreational marijuana on Nov. 20, told MassLive.Kim Miczek, a fellow Main Street resident, complained she has spotted two people “urinating” on her lawn while waiting in line for Cultivate.”My road has become a long parking lot,” she told people gathered in Leicester Town Hall Monday night for an emergency meeting. “I don’t like it.”

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