Zorra Township council just approved the site plan application for the township’s first indoor cannabis production facility.
The facility – located on the 41st Line between Road 96 and the Perth-Oxford Road – will encompass 288 square metres.
“Being the first one, you really are exploring the specifics of that property but you’re inherently more curious in questioning the details,” Zorra Mayor Marcus Ryan said. “There were a lot of questions and council approved it.
“I think further down the road, council will have further discussion and recommendations of the provincial government on how to properly zone them and the requirements they may have placed on them.”
The application was submitted by Nick Preikschas of Stratford’s MTE Consultants Inc. on behalf Tree Station Inc., the Woodstock-based owner.
Council previously re-designated the lands as a special general agricultural zone to allow the indoor growing of cannabis.
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