During the township’s board meeting Tuesday, some residents asked township leaders limit the number of marijuana businesses seeking to set up shop in the municipality.
Discourse surrounding recreational marijuana is continuing to spark in Monroe Charter Township.
During the township’s monthly board meeting Tuesday night, a group of residents requested township leaders limit the number of marijuana businesses seeking to set up shop in the municipality.
Supervisor Alan Barron said the township’s ordinance governing cannabis commerce needs to be modified to address some concerns lodged by residents, but action on the matter cannot be immediate.
“I agree we will need to modify and tweak the ordinance. … (But) no action will be taken tonight to change or amend the ordinance,” Barron said. “We must follow the legal process.”
The board will reexamine the issue after the General Election in November, Barron said, adding that no marijuana business is slated to open…