SIDNEY TOWNSHIP — A proposal to set the number of state-licensed recreational marijuana establishments within Sidney Township failed Tuesday.
According to Sidney Township Supervisor Terry Peterman, the final tally was 320 “yes” votes to 446 “no” votes.
The ballot question asked: “Shall Sidney Township, pursuant to the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act, set the number of state-licensed marijuana establishments allowed within its boundaries, as follows?
• Class A Grower (100 plants), up to two establishments.
• Class B Grower (500 plants), up to two establishments.
• Class C Grower (2,000 plants), up to two establishments.
• Marijuana Microbusiness (up to 150 plants), no limit on establishments.
• Marijuana Processor, zero.
• Marijuana Retailer, zero.
• Secure Transporter, zero.
• Safety Compliance Facility, zero.
A complete story will be in Wednesday’s Daily News.