Greene County was one of 12 places where a medical marijuana growing operation will be built in Pennsylvania. AGRiMED secured the license in June to build the facility on a 61-acre site in Cumberland Township, which was supposed to be operational by this month. The company’s application received the highest score from the state Department of Health in the evaluation process used to award the licenses out of 177 applications.
Former Business Editor
Michael Bradwell has been business editor for the Observer-Reporter since 1995. He joined the newspaper in 1990 as a general assignment reporter in the Greene County bureau and has also worked as a copy editor.
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