CONSTANTINE – The Constantine Village Council has received two more ordinances to review regarding recreational marijuana.
During their meeting Monday night, the Council was presented with the ordinances. One is an ordinance from Iron County, which the Council has seen before.
Village Manager Mark Honeysett says the second ordinance was written by Catherine Kaufman and adopted by Baltimore Township in Barry County. Honeysett says he thinks this ordinance is a better fit for Constantine. He wanted the Council to look over both and see which one is a better fit for Constantine, if either of them.
After some discussion, the Village Council asked Honeysett to come up with a cleaner version of the Baltimore Township ordinance for their next meeting. That way they could discuss it more and see if they want to try and adopt it for Constantine or look elsewhere.
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