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MAYFLOWER MEDICINALS, INC. HELD COMMUNITY OUTREACH MEETING

by Paul Saulnier
September 19, 2018

September 13, 2018. Representatives of Mayflower Inc, made a presentation to residents of Holliston in the Gilman Room of the Holliston Library.

Judging by the number of people in attendance, this business is not of concern to residents of Holliston.

 

Mayflower has been in operation in Holliston since 2017. One resident commented during the presentation that he went looking for the facility, which produces canibis for other than the public, but he couldn't find it. "That is exactly what we strive for" said Becca Rutenberg, below, who works for Vincente Sederberg as director of Strategic Affiars.

Rutenberg stressed the security of the operation and the oversignt by various government agencies to assure compliance with regulations on the operation at the facility. She said that Mayflower provides up to 40 jobs in Holliston and every employee must pass rigorous background checks before being hired.

Above, Andy Plante answered a question from a resident about the extensive air filtration system that keeps the exhaust air from the facility from giving even a hint of what goes on inside the building.

Holliston's Health Agent, Scott Moles, asked about the skills that Mayflower looks for when screening applications for employment at Mayflower.

Caleb Johnson explained that background checks are extensive from the top level employees to janitorial services. Mayflower wants to be a good neighbor and support community activities like Holliston in Bloom and the Agricultural Commission.

 

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