SAND LAKE, MI — Voters in Nelson Township and Sand Lake will resolve Aug. 3 in the event that they wish to allow as much as two marijuana growers and two processors within the township.
Additionally on the poll Aug. 3 for Nelson Township and Sand Lake is a four-year millage enhance of 0.6179 mills to lift further funds for providers, operations and upkeep of the Kent District Library – Nelson Township Department within the village.
The millage, which might start 2021 and final by means of 2024, equates to about 61 cents for every $1,000 of taxable worth. It could elevate about $88,427 in revenues within the first calendar yr.
For house owners of a house valued at $200,000 and with a taxable worth of $100,000, the millage enhance would equal about $61.79 extra in property taxes per yr.
Sand Lake and Nelson Township are positioned about 23 miles north of Grand Rapids.
The marijuana measure would permit as much as two rising and two processing operations to find within the township, however not in Sand Lake.
The services must be positioned within the township’s business district, which is usually alongside the east aspect of Northland Drive between Cedar Springs and Sand Lake.
The measure wouldn’t permit marijuana dispensaries within the township, which opted-out of permitting them.
Sand Lake, nonetheless, beforehand opted-in to permitting two leisure marijuana dispensaries. There at the moment is one in operation referred to as Agri-Med LLC at 29 Lake St.
The measure was placed on the poll as an initiative allowed beneath the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act. It garnered a complete of 109 verified signatures and was submitted in April.