TRAVERSE CITY — Ordinances that would allow medical marijuana facilities in Kingsley went through weeks of review but village officials remain reluctant to vote on the issue.
Village board members met Monday night and continued reviewing a draft police power ordinance that would allow medical marijuana facilities — including a proposed a proposed $20 million, 100,000-square-foot TheraCann USA medical marijuana grow facility — to locate within village limits.
Interim village Manager K. Ross Childs said officials considered making various changes to the ordinance, like removing the cap on the number of medical marijuana licenses the village would make available under the state’s new Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act. The meeting ended without a motion to approve or reject the ordinance.
“It just kind of died; it’s just sitting there,” Childs said Tuesday. “We don’t know what is going to happen with it yet.”
Officials originally considered an ordinance that would allow one facility — likely the TheraCann project, Childs said — to operate using 30 licenses for operations to grow up to 45,000 plants. Officials then