[this Is] Unlike The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, Which Was Poorly Written, Copenhaver Said.

Michigan Cannabis Development Association (MCDA) President Tim Ratliff (left) explains the proposed cannabis corporate park concept to the Montrose City Council during the Feb. 9 council meeting. MCDA member and business person George Verstraete (right) shows the conceptual drawing of a facility in California. (TCC Photo by Jeanne Marcello) Its a residential area. Arnold was immediately corrected with Mayor Colleen Brown and others saying, No, its zoned industrial. McCormick explained that its all subject to state approval. Travis Copenhaver, an associate attorney with Pollicella & Associates, PLLC, said, Obviously we have some different perspectives. There are going to be regulations. You can say what theyre going to look like. A lot of this you can do through existing ordinances. [This is] unlike the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ which was poorly written, Copenhaver said. Appearance, location, line of sight, these are all within your control. Theres a big push for companies. Were talking about a new, highly regulated industry. Youre not dealing with guys growing plants in their basements.

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