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Snider Family Business Looks to Build Medical Marijuana Facility in Pennsylvania

A 125,000-square-foot facility for growing medical marijuana would be built in the Far Northeast under a proposal detailed Wednesday by a company founded by two children and a grandson of Ed Snider, the late founder of the Flyers.

Representatives of Snider Health made a presentation to the Parkwood Civic Association to explain the state’s new medical-marijuana law and what the growing facility would entail for the community.

The indoor farm would be at 14515 McNulty Rd., near the Bucks County line, at the end of a cul-de-sac inside Byberry East Industrial Park.

“It’s just a presentation to the community at an early stage of the process,” Kevin Feeley, a spokesman for Snider Health, said.

The company was founded by Lindy and Jay Snider and Jay’s son Jamie. Snider Health has partnered with the Clinic, a medical-marijuana company that operates in Colorado, Nevada, and Illinois, and is seeking a Pennsylvania grower-processor license. [Read more at]

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