Riverview, Michigan – Friday at 9:00 a.m. in the market river view Start accepting licenses from companies wishing to operate recreational marijuana business.
Some of the hard-working companies, like Kinship Cannabis Co, have been sleeping outside city hall for the past nine days to get their applications first.
“Above all, we wanted to be part of the community,” said Andrew Curtis, Kinship brand ambassador.
Riverview approved the Recreational Marijuana Act in December. Pre-approval from the state and the location of your business must be identified.
The location of that business is the tricky part. Because of Riverview’s size, real estate is limited and ordinances require cannabis businesses to be at least 300 feet from each other in certain commercial zones.
All things being equal, if there are two competing companies interested in the same place and one of them gets the application first, that’s a problem. The ordinance does not address the issue.
Kinship already operates a luxury cannabis store in Albion. If approved, we have a commercial property ready to enter Riverview.
“We are very happy to be at the forefront of our ship, which is, if you want to call it, sailing on this new path of our own community,” said Curtis. Told.
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