The Port Huran Time Herald reports….
The Port Huron Planning Commission is recommending the city move forward with approving a marijuana zoning ordinance.
This proposed ordinance is to allow, limit, and regulate certain number and types of adult use marijuana establishments within specified areas, as permitted by Michigan’s Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act.
All commission members voted to recommend City Council approve the ordinance except for Commissioner Joseph Bond, who was absent for the Tuesday meeting.
The ordinance is one of two being considered by city officials regarding marijuana establishments, but zoning is the only one that needs to be approved by the planning commission first.
Port Huron City Council will also be considering an ordinance regarding the local permitting process for these establishments.
Both are expected to appear in a Port Huron City Council meeting agenda for Sept. 14.