Voters in Pontiac passed medical cannabis ordinances in 2018, but owners are still waiting for licenses to be approved and dispensaries to open. One of the big reasons for the delay was on public display on November 9, when a public meeting of the cannabis commission broke down before it even began.
The Pontiac Interim City Clerk posted the notice about the meeting in the clerk’s office. Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman said he was supposed to post it on the city’s website, but the clerk said that was her job. Only a few people showed up for a meeting that lasted six minutes.
Michael Stein is an attorney representing clients who have been trying to get through the medical cannabis process in the city for three years. "Pontiac may be the worst I've seen at implementing the process. I'm looking forward to the next administration in the hopes it will afford a better work environment," he stated.
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