The Bay City Commission will be considering whether or not to adopt an ordinance amendment that would shuffle around and modify the number of grower licenses available to different levels of producers during a regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 4.
According to the agenda item, the City of Bay City’s Class A license allows 500 plants, Class B allows for 1,000 plants and Class C allows for 1,500 plants in the medical category and 2,000 plants in recreational.
Due to the cost of operations and demand, cannabis growers have requested a redistribution of the Class A and B licenses to the Class C license category, the agenda item reads.
There are 24 Class A and 24 Class B licenses available with only one of each claimed/pending for recreational cannabis operations, according to information provided by the city.
As for medical cannabis licenses, 22 Class A licenses are available with only 3 claimed at this time while no Class B medical licenses are currently listed as claimed or pending with the city.
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