Toss-Ups, Bedbug-Sniffing Dogs, Medical Marijuana – Wednesday’s Roundup

Egg Harbor City ok’d a redevelopment plan that would put a medical marijuana grow facility at a boat-building, erm, building that’s currently owned by Dr. Trocki. All this is contingent on state licensing though.

I’m old enough to remember when marijuana liberalization was supposed to benefit African-Americans, as in economically, since non-African-Americans have been locking them up for decades for this thing that’s now going to be a big business.

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Joyriding, Fall is Coming and Don’t Mess with Nature – Tuesday’s Roundup

Samaritan Gets Car Stolen
Not to make light of this but joyriding is an actual thing you can be charged with? Fall is Coming 
Read Dave O’Sullivan’s feature on the Oakcrest football squad and their 21 seniors, looking to get back into playoff contention. “Practices are a hoot because we’ve been together for so long, but I love it, it’s all positive vibes.”

Nature Watch
Look, a video of a waterspout! It was off LBI. Toxic Sites, Thirty Years Later
Not too long ago there was a big, nasty cancer cluster in a town not too far from here (Tom’s River).

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Comeback Story For Atlantic City Wrestler

Phillip Eisenstein was a wrestling fan as a kid. He grew up and stopped thinking about it, much. But at the end of this month, under the stage name Ike Phillips, he will take the ring at the Celebrity Theatre at The Claridge alongside a poster-full of big-name talents for the first ever Boardwalk Beatdown.

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Hispanic Renaissance?

Bert Lopez has a full-time job and is involved with more than a few chambers and charitable organizations. He isn’t sure he wants another side project. But as one of the founders of the long-dormant Hispanic Alliance of Atlantic County, he’s been under some pressure lately.

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