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Moratorium continues against new marijuana businesses

Mary Drier/Mike Kaufman

Fri, 05 Jul 2024 04:50:08 EDT

 


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Although the city of Lapeer currently has seven licensed marijuana dispensaries, city commissioners put the breaks on regarding further development of those businesses.

At the last meeting, commissioners approved extending the moratorium on new marijuana business applications in for six more months, per the request of the city manager Mike Womack.

The moratorium will allow for more time to make changes to marijuana ordinances, refine them, and draft new ones if necessary. While the city has issued licenses for marijuana dispensaries, there were no regulations on how many grow or processing businesses allowed in the city, or for order control, which has been an issue on some current facilities.

In 2008, voters in Michigan approved medical marijuana, and in 2018 voters approved adult use of recreational marijuana for those 21 years old or older.
Under the law all marijuana plants, whether for medical or recreational use, must be in an enclosed and locked facility.

It was noted the moratorium is only for any new marijuana related businesses licenses, and does not impact the current businesses or the ones that have received approval.

 

 

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