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Cannabis in Aschheim: Shop owner deeply relaxed despite opposition from the community

2024-03-05T09:02:13.434Z

Highlights: Cannabis in Aschheim: Shop owner deeply relaxed despite opposition from the community. He even shakes hands with the local council and considers growing the cannabis somewhere else. As soon as the sale of cannabis is finally legalized, home-grown grass will also be sold to members in the affiliated Chill Out Club. “When it comes to growing cannabis, you can find other solutions,” says Wenzel Cerveny, the operator of the Chill out Club. The countdown to the start on April 1st is on its website.



As of: March 5, 2024, 9:29 a.m

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Wenzel Cerveny says he wants to set up the largest cultivation club in Germany in Aschheim.

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The operator of the planned weed shop in Aschheim is relaxed despite the municipality's attempts to defend himself.

He even shakes hands with the local council and considers growing the cannabis somewhere else.

Aschheim – Of course Wenzel Cerveny sat in the visitor rows of the cultural building.

The man, who wants to grow and sell cannabis in Aschheim, followed the local council debate very calmly, even though the committee wants to prevent his Chill Out Club on Saturnstrasse.

After the meeting, he appeared relaxed and confident that the store would open on schedule.

The countdown to the start on April 1st is on its website.

“I cannot submit an application to the municipality for a change of use until the law is in place,” says Cerveny.

He demonstratively extended his hand to the local council.

He will invite local decision-makers, show them the premises and answer all questions behind closed doors.

As reported, Cerveny has opened an organic store in the former Rewe supermarket that offers hundreds of hemp products.

As soon as the sale of cannabis is finally legalized, home-grown grass will also be sold to members in the affiliated Chill Out Club.

“Can also find another solution”

In an interview with Münchner Merkur, Cerveny also addressed the rumors that the outbuilding could be demolished at some point and replaced by a residential complex.

A playground is then required, which is also at the legally required distance from the Chill Out Club in a distant corner of the site.

However, says Wenzel Cerveny, rental agreements have only recently been signed in the existing building.

The future operator of the Chill Out Club is not afraid of the local council's defensive measures and indicates that he has a plan B in place in the event of official requirements.

“When it comes to growing cannabis, you can find other solutions,” says Cerveny.

Between the lines he suggests that it would also be an option to relocate the cultivation to another location and only distribute the weed to the members on Saturnstrasse and let them consume it there.

The local council is currently arguing that the operator must submit an application for a change of use and the municipality then has the decision-making authority.

Cerveny points out that the supermarket's butcher shop also produced food.

The cultivation of hemp is no other use.

He appears to be deeply relaxed and does not believe that the project could fail.

Further news from Aschheim and the Munich district can be found here.

Source: merkur

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