NILES — A company hoping to grow roots in the Niles community was given an extension on Monday evening to get their business functional.
A last-minute letter from the Medi-Cann and Medi-Cann Verano’s lawyer seemed enough to buy the company a 90-day extension to get its businesses running.
The company was marked for a vote on whether the city council would revoke its licenses due to non-compliance of Niles Opt-In Ordinance 481, Sections 3.C.A.1.A. This section of the city’s code outlines the zoning and licensing parameters for medical marihuana facilities in the city of Niles. A letter sent to the Niles City Council from the investors one hour prior to the 6 p.m. meeting was taken into consideration.
“This particular [company] we’ve been working with for at least two years,” said Niles City Administrator Ric Huff. “They’ve had a couple partners fall through along the way. More recently, they are advising us that they lost…