ByMyFM's Rick Michaels - The agenda for yesterday afternoon’s meeting of the Cannabis Control Commission reveals three recommendations on final licenses for Sira Naturals of Milford two licenses for New England Treatment Access (NETA), with a facility in Franklin along with a provisional license approval for Ashli’s Incorporated, for a retail shop to sell pot in Attleboro. Sira Naturals will be one step closer before the day is over, to receiving licenses for cultivation, product manufacturer and transportation of product. A spokesman for NETA says recreational marijuana businesses could start opening up in two-weeks, the company has already hired about 100 new employees, for their three locations in Franklin, Brookline and Northampton. Among other provisional licenses recommended for approval Ashli’s Incorporated for a product manufacturer and cultivation in Attleboro, in Uxbridge Gibby’s Garden, a micro-business for cultivation and product manufacturing and another retail store in Pittsfield. A Wareham business is also in line for a final license for a retail shop when the Cannabis Control Commission meets this afternoon, to act on the six final licenses and the eleven provisional licenses.