US (OK): Medical cannabis farm planned for former department store

A document filed with the Oklahoma City's planning office show that a portion of the former Crossroads Mall and Plaza Mayor could be converted into an 18,673-square-foot cannabis farm.

The grow facility would be in the south side of the mall, in a section that previously housed a Dillard's department store. It will take up about a third of the space where Dillard's used to be.

The east side of the former mall is owned by Santa Fe South Charter School and is used for a high school and middle school. Santa Fe plans to have elementary school classes and new administration offices in a former department store on the mall's north side.

Santa Fe South Superintendent Chris Brewster said he's asked Mayor David Holt's office for a meeting about the proposed farm. Brewster said he's opposed to having a medical marijuana business so close to his schools.

To read the complete article, go to oklahoman.com


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