US (MI): Council sets municipal cannabis license fees to $5,000

Two months after paving the way for medical cannabis dispensaries to open, members of the Greenville City Council have taken another step toward finalizing the process.

On Feb. 1, the council approved a set of five ordinances that will allow medical cannabis dispensaries to operate in a designated area called the “North Lafayette District” on M-91, while also allowing industrial processing, growing, transporter and compliance facilities for both medical and adult-use cannabis in industrial-zoned districts.

Adult-use cannabis retail establishments (dispensaries) will continue to be prohibited in the city. While those ordinances were approved, no cannabis businesses have yet come forward to operate in the city as the application process has yet to be completed.

However, during Tuesday’s meeting, two resolutions were brought by City Manager George Bosanic and Assistant City Manager Heather Feazel. The resolutions set the municipal license permit fee for both medical and adult-use cannabis establishments at $5,000.

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