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New Jersey Relief Initiative, Inc Application

New Jersey Relief Initiative, Inc Application

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Rejected by NJ DHSS. Obtained through and Open Public Records Act request to the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services. The application of NJ RELIEF INITIATIVE to run a medical marijuana Alternative Treatment Center in New Jersey.
Rejected by NJ DHSS. Obtained through and Open Public Records Act request to the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services. The application of NJ RELIEF INITIATIVE to run a medical marijuana Alternative Treatment Center in New Jersey.

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Application to establish and operate a medicinal marijuana alternative treatment center inthe State of New Jersey.Applicant:
New Jersey Relief Initiative, Inc.Attestation of veracity of supplied material:
 
 
Criterion 1: Submission of Required Information Regarding Applicant & FacilityMeasure 1:
The applicant shall provide the proposed legal name and the following documentsapplicable to the applicant’s legal status. Supporting documents are included as Appendix A.Certificate and Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws for CorporationOrganizing documents for associationsEvidence of nonprofit statusCertificate of good standing issued by the New Jersey Secretary of State
Measure 2:
The applicant shall provide the proposed physical address of the ATC.Supporting documents are included as Appendix B.Letter of Intent for the 35 State Street propertyOnly one location for ATC.
Measure 3:
The applicant shall provide evidence of compliance with the local zoning laws foraddress of proposed location for an ATC. Supporting Documents are in process and can besubmitted as needed.NJRI is currently drafting a Zoning Certificate/ Occupancy Certificate Application for the NewJersey Meadowlands Commission for filing next week.
Measure 4:
The applicant shall provide evidence that all of the physical addresses and proposedlocations provided in response to Measure 2 are not located within a drug-free school zone. Theapplicant shall provide the distance to the closes schools from the ATC. Supporting documentsare included as Appendix D.
Measure 5:
The applicant shall provide a legible map or maps of the ATC service areas by ZipCode to be served by the ATC. Supporting documents are included as Appendix E
 
Measure 6:
The applicant shall provide the role, qualifications, name, address and date of birthfor each staff member and the role, name percentage interest, address and date of birth of eachprincipal, officer, board member or partner of the ATC. As this is a non-profit there is nopercentage of interest.
Joseph James Coffey
, President and Member of Board of TrusteesQualifications: Mr. Coffey is a licensed attorney with a strong background in financing andlaunching start-up organizations, with a specialty in managing businesses in strictly regulatedindustries. In 1996, Mr. Coffey began raising debt and equity financing, placing executiveleadership, and providing other management and legal consulting services to the his firm’sclients. Ocala Poker and Jai Alai is one of the most recent companies Mr. Coffey has financedand managed. He assumed control of the business in 2006 and worked for a year and a half tofinance and rebuild the struggling Jai Alai fronton. In December of 2007, Ocala Jai Alaireceived approval from Marion County to operate a Card Room and in May of 2008 it opened itsdoors with 28 tables and welcomed players from all over North Central Florida. Mr. Coffey'srecent experience in successfully launching and sustaining a highly state regulated gamingbusiness will be vital to financing, staffing and building NJ Relief Initiative's operation.
Kevin Patrick Daly
, Member Board of TrusteesQualifications: Mr. Daly has been involved in the financial markets for the past 20 years. For thepast 11 years Mr. Daly has been involved with starting, financing and managing early stage startups in numerous industries. In particular, he has worked with the management teams of thesevarious companies in building a string corporate culture and in developing excellent and clearlines of communication. This has been the key to success in many of these ventures. Mr. Dalyhas been involved with Denver Canna Club from the very beginning and has helped build thiscompany into one of the leading companies in the Medical Marijuana business in the state of Colorado. He received a BA in communications from the University of Colorado in 1987.
Oleg Rutman
, Member Board of TrusteesQualifications: As the founder of Denver Canna Club, Mr. Rutman created the largest PatientCollective in Colorado. Mr. Rutman has created a successful business plan for the 15dispensaries associated with DCC. Through the leadership and vision of Mr. Rutman, DCC isthe first to have its own compliance department, operation manuals, security department and oneof the largest growing capacities in the state. He has assembled a talented team of growers thatdesigned and patented a state of the art growing method. Mr. Rutman is originally from Kiev,Ukraine. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Denver.

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