Is Your Cannabis Business Ready, Detroit?
Detroit’s cannabis businesses may not be ready for the new law going into effect March 1, but HerbFront is prepared to help with its predictive real estate zoning software.
For a limited time, Detroit’s medical cannabis businesses can find out if they comply in a free report from HerbFront’s team of zoning experts.
More than half of the city’s 200 dispensaries are not compliant with the new law. Starting March 1, medical cannabis centers will have 30 days to complete on online application to legally operate in in the city.
Detroit Corporation Counsel Melvin Butch Hollowell said there are 211 shops operating within the city that have to meet the requirements and timetable or be subject to closure, according to The Detroit News.
HerbFront‘s experts have mapped out 651 parcels citywide that comply with the new law, which restricts dispensaries from most zoning districts, and establishes a 1,000-foot exclusion buffer around parks, schools, day cares, churches, public housing, controlled uses, and other dispensaries.
Detroit cannabis business that don’t comply with the new zoning law face misdemeanor charges punishable by up to a $500 fine and/or 90 days in jail. If violations are uncorrected, the city can also suspend or revoke licenses to operate.
HerbFront’s sophisticated mapping software shows zoning compliant properties available in over 140 cities including Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, Denver, Seattle, and Phoenix. HerbFront’s experts can map a new city in seven days.
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