Class A, B, C Super Thread

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babyhughie586

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Who wants to get a commercial license with me? I say 2 or 3 of us should goto work.. Send me a PM if your interested. I'm in the metro detroit area... No noobs please, I've been around here forever.
 
GLGC.MI

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Yeah. Wheels move slow in Lansing. I'm still waiting for prairie lobbyists to gut the whole thing.
 
MikeScott

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Geeze, I guess so. Been doing some reading as well, 2016-PA0281. It seems it is going to be hard to find help after getting a license. Take a look at this rule, thank goodness it does not effect me but some of the people I have had conversations with are not eligible now. Maybe this is old news,
Sec. 405. Subject to the laws of this state, before hiring a prospective employee, the holder of a license shall conduct
a background check of the prospective employee. If the background check indicates a pending charge or conviction
within the past 10 years for a controlled substance-related felony, a licensee shall not hire the prospective employee
without written permission of the board.
 
Cannis

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Cool, thanks Oscar...what do you think ,as far as employees, you will need for class a. I am a grower and not sure of the support staff needed for front office and grow support. Been growing since the start of medical laws came to be. Considering making the jump to commercial. I love putting out a product to be proud of. Ideas welcome. I like to get as much info as possible to minimize mistakes...and God knows we all made those...

Hire a Lawyer to guide you. Best money you'll spend in that venture.
 
babyhughie586

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You will be eligible to apply for a license December 17th 2017, after this you will then need to find a spot that is approved by the city. Any grower or anyone that works in the grow facility must have no drug felonies and also must have at least 2 years of experience of being a caregiver. Not just a card holder must be a caregiver of at least 2 years. I've talked with 2 separate lawyers about all of this.. There is much much more but that's pretty much it in a nut shell.. I'm still looking for a spot to grow although at this time you can get the spot set it up but won't be able to get the license till December 2017... The kicker is most city's won't approve until after the licenses are given out... I have everyone all setup from growing (myself), processing, delivery, and multiple dispensary owners.. the only thing I am missing is the concentrate/edible maker... Also you will need separate licenses for each position I just listed. I just need a the Grow spot and we are good to go. Right now I got a guy I've been chatting with but I'm willing to talk to anyone.

I've been around here for years.. I then started posted over at the seed depot and cannazon before both of those were shut down and all my posts\data was lost... now I'm over on Instagram mostly my name over there is babyhughie420.. here's a few pics so u know that I grow some of the finest herb in the state if anyone is questioning my abilities.. Whoever wants to partner up we will be millionaires within the first year hands down.. if anyone wanted to get started with even doing a 72 plant Opp with me let me know as well.. we can get to know each other make some good money on the 72 plants and then be the Samuel Adams of weed once the Commercial Licenses come into play..

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ohthatguy8

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You will be eligible to apply for a license December 17th 2017, after this you will then need to find a spot that is approved by the city. Any grower or anyone that works in the grow facility must have no drug felonies and also must have at least 2 years of experience of being a caregiver. Not just a card holder must be a caregiver of at least 2 years. I've talked with 2 separate lawyers about all of this.. There is much much more but that's pretty much it in a nut shell.. I'm still looking for a spot to grow although at this time you can get the spot set it up but won't be able to get the license till December 2017... The kicker is most city's won't approve until after the licenses are given out... I have everyone all setup from growing (myself), processing, delivery, and multiple dispensary owners.. the only thing I am missing is the concentrate/edible maker... Also you will need separate licenses for each position I just listed. I just need a the Grow spot and we are good to go. Right now I got a guy I've been chatting with but I'm willing to talk to anyone.

I've been around here for years.. I then started posted over at the seed depot and cannazon before both of those were shut down and all my posts\data was lost... now I'm over on Instagram mostly my name over there is babyhughie420.. here's a few pics so u know that I grow some of the finest herb in the state if anyone is questioning my abilities.. Whoever wants to partner up we will be millionaires within the first year hands down.. if anyone wanted to get started with even doing a 72 plant Opp with me let me know as well.. we can get to know each other make some good money on the 72 plants and then be the Samuel Adams of weed once the Commercial Licenses come into play..

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Would this mean the person applying for the license would have to have been a caregiver for 2 years?
 
oscar169

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$20M Medical Marijuana Plant Proposed For Kingsley

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An international cannabis corporation hopes to build a $20 million medical marijuana plant in Kingsley – a project officials say could bring 100 new jobs to the village and more than double the downtown district’s taxable value.
TheraCann International Corporation is proposing a 100,000 square-foot growing facility in the Kingsley Industry Park near M113 and US Highway 131 adjacent to the village’s wastewater treatment plant (proposed site outlined in yellow). The company says the “state-of-the-art” facility would house 20 licensed Michigan growers overseen by TheraCann to cultivate, harvest and extract medical marijuana. The company also hopes to open an adjacent 20,000 square-foot processing plant in the park.
TheraCann’s proposal comes on the heels of a trio of laws signed by Gov. Rick Snyder in late 2016 adding new structure and regulations to Michigan’s already legal medical marijuana industry. The new laws tax medical marijuana, require the tracking of plants from “seed to sale,” and establish a licensing system for growing, processing, testing, transporting and selling products.
TheraCann’s proposal calls for growing and processing medical marijuana at the Kingsley facility – and potentially recruiting outside companies to handle testing and transporting from the site. Direct retail sales, however, would be prohibited. Kingsley Downtown Development Authority (DDA) board member Marc McKellar, who lives next to the proposed plant site, says the elimination of retail dispensaries changed his opinion of the project, which has been the subject of multiple public hearings in Kingsley over the last several weeks.
“The threshold for most community support dies at the dispensary center…and that is not part of this proposal,” McKellar says. “It’s a production-only facility. My house will be the closest residential property to this project, so I was a little concerned this would be literally in my backyard. But when I put on my hat as a DDA board member and began researching the law and looking at the economics of the project….my personal position has changed from opposition to cautiously optimistic.”
TheraCann CEO Chris Bolton says the company would hire 20 licensees – new jobs that could be available to unlicensed individuals willing to train and obtain licenses – and likely 1-2 full-time support staff per grower. The plant would also have a site supervisor and administrative and security employees. “We’re getting close to 100 (positions) in a hurry,” Bolton says. Construction of the facility would be “locally sourced,” according to the CEO, who says the high-security plant would feature an extensive surveillance system accessible by area law enforcement.
The proposed facility has a projected taxable value of $9.5 million, according to McKellar. “The Kingsley DDA district has a total taxable value of $6.2 million today,” he says. “It’d be almost $200,000 annually for Kingsley Area Schools, which would make this the largest taxpayer for the school district.” McKellar sees the project as a potential economic boost for the village in the wake of the state’s closure of Pugsley Correctional Facility last year, which eliminated 230 local jobs.
Approximately 40 Kingsley residents came out to discuss TheraCann’s proposal at a Tuesday public hearing. Several residents expressed support for the plans; others raised concerns about a range of issues including potential odors and lights emanating from the plant, rumored federal crackdowns on marijuana industries, and Kingsley’s image or branding as a pot-centric town.
Bolton and Richard Goodman, president of U.S. operations for TheraCann, responded to concerns and answered questions in a Q&A. According to Goodman, unlike traditional “basement grow” operations, TheraCann focuses on a “pharmaceutical grade product that looks like an oil…done the right way, there isn’t even a smell most of the time.” Regarding proposed federal crackdowns, the company noted that President Trump’s administration has stated greater enforcement could occur against recreational marijuana use – not medical marijuana use.
As for the “social impact” of the project, McKellar says TheraCann’s facility is intended to be non-descript and blend into the industrial park like any other manufacturing plant. He says the prohibition on retail sales should limit concerns about “head shops popping up” or negative community branding. “We’re not going to put up a neon green pot leaf saying this is who we are,” he says. “The state has already made it legal, and other municipalities around us are looking at it seriously. The question is whether we’re going to have the control as a community and reap the tax benefits, or if it goes to somewhere nearby, where it (affects) us but we don’t have the control.”
At least a half-dozen residents Tuesday encouraged DDA board members to speed up project approvals, expressing concern Kingsley would lose the plant if officials unnecessarily delayed the project. McKellar says the DDA board will hold an “up or down vote” on supporting TheraCann’s plans next Wednesday, March 8. If approved, the DDA would then host a joint study session with Kingsley’s planning commission and village council to discuss necessary zoning and ordinance changes to allow the project to proceed. State law gives municipalities broad leeway to set standards for medical marijuana facilities, including the ability to regulate issues such as odors, noise, lights, vibrations and air quality. “We have to adopt an ordinance to dictate what’s allowed…there’s a substantial amount of protection (under the law) for municipalities,” McKellar says.
While the first licenses won’t be available under the new legislation in Michigan until December, TheraCann says it’s ready to hit the ground running if and when Kingsley approves the project. “We’d like to break ground and start construction as soon as possible,” says Goodman. “We want to show that we’re committed.”


http://www.traverseticker.com/story/20m-medical-marijuana-plant-proposed-for-kingsley
 
Jackstraw215

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That proposal in Kingsley is terrible.. Trying to push shit mass produced garbage on the state. NOPE. It's crazy all of this is going down in Michigan now that I live in California. They just need to stop charging $200 for a med card over there so people can afford it and there's more customers for dispensary's.
 
oscar169

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Stopping in for a sec
Nothing Good to report on this program we have the Canadians wanting to take over the market and build a 20 million dollar setup up north and all the large cities that have all the dispensary's that are setup right now are not moving on the New Program so, If there are no large numbers of Centers on the New program then It is doomed and starting to think about just expanding what we have and skipping on this ABC mess.

One more thought, when the MMMA became law ,If we had to get a township to approval for growing. None of us would have ever been able to grow for our selves or patients .
 
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