(STURGIS) – Once again the Sturgis City Commission will bring the matter of buffer zones for medical marijuana based businesses back for a discussion.
During Wednesday night's meeting, Commissioner Justin Wickey made the following motion. LINKC.
The motion was seconded and a role call vote was asked for by Mayor Robert Hile. LINKD.
Under the current ordinance, medical marijuana based businesses can not be located closer than 250 feet from any church, public park, school or areas that are zoned for residential use. It also states that there must be 250 feet between these businesses and surrounding township residences and districts in the townships that are zoned for residential use.
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