The newly reconfigured agency charged with policing Maryland’s illicit cannabis market will set up offices in Baltimore before legal recreational cannabis sales kick off on July 1. The Maryland Board of Public Works last week approved a 24,292-square-foot office lease and a 3,700-square-foot storage lease for the Maryland Alcohol Tobacco and Cannabis Commission at 1215 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point. The commission will sublease the space from the Maryland Auto Insurance Fund, which no longer needs the large office because of its hybrid work model.
Maryland Alcohol Tobacco and Cannabis Commission to move office to Baltimore
May 23, 2023