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SIDNEY TOWNSHIP — A proposal to set the number of state-licensed recreational marijuana establishments within Sidney Township failed Tuesday.

A sign urges Sidney Township voters to approve setting the number of state-licensed recreational marijuana establishments allowed within the township’s boundaries in the March 10 election. — Submitted photo

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.

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