Update from Constantine Village Council

Members of the Constantine Village Council have OK’d applications for five commercial medical-marijuana facilities.

Approved earlier this month, the medical-marijuana ordinance states the village may assess an annual fee of no more than $5,000 to help defray administrative and enforcement expenses associated with the operation of the facilities.

Applications have been accepted for Herbal Advantage Provisioning to establish a provisioning center at 160 N. Washington St., and a grow-and-process facility at 675 Centreville Road.

Also accepted were applications for Constantine Wellness Center for a provisioning center at 140 S. Washington St., and for a provisioning center at 190 N. Washington St.

The ordinance requires the facilities to have surveillance cameras, burglar alarm systems, a safe and that all rooms that contain marijuana must be individually locked and accessible only by authorized personnel.

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