STURGIS – Recreation marijuana businesses will be the topic of a work session hearing held by the Sturgis City Commission.
During their July 24 meeting the City Commission heard comments from citizens about the future of recreational marijuana businesses and asking the City to look into the matter.
The citizens said that with the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan, the City should look into allowing businesses to operate in Sturgis. Just like medical marijuana businesses, they said that the recreational businesses would use electricity and water to help grow and process marijuana before it can be sold.
They say these businesses would be a boon for the City with the increase uses and bring more money into the City's general fund.
Tomorrow's work session starts at 6 PM in the Wiesloch (wees-low) Room of City Hall. The public is invited to attend.
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