Woodcroft resident Julie Taylor said she was surprised to find a medical marijuana business “literally at our doorstep.” She’s not opposed to the business being there but said she’s noticed some increased activity at the building.
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Most of the grow shops are small, generating less than $1 million a year, Lagasse said.
“Today, we are looking at more 1,000 legitimate stores.”
“There’s going to be a lot that goes into that,” he said. “There will be strict rules and regulations.”
Flint City Councilman Michael Sarginson said the city is working on a policy to regulate where and how medical marijuana businesses can operate. Flint issued a moratorium on new medical marijuana businesses but is allowing some previously established facilities to stay open in the meantime.
It is the fourth shop the company has started in the last year alone, with independently owned locations in Waterford Township, Ortonville and Fowlerville.
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