November 21, 2021

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Twinsburg Planners suggest areas for medical marijuana facilities

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The Ohio State Medical Board has approved three new qualifying medical marijuana diseases: Huntington's Disease, Incurable Disease, and Spaticity.  Twinsburg voters could vote next year on a zoning that would indicate where medical marijuana-related facilities could be located in the city.

TWINSBURG – Voters could get an opportunity next year to pass a zoning that would clarify where medical marijuana-related facilities could be located in the city.

In a motion passed at its August 16 session, the planning commission identified specific zones for the development in which the facilities could be located and passed the recommendation on to the city council.

Since the deadline for submitting topics to the Summit County’s Electoral Committee has expired, the topic, if approved by the Council, would be put to the vote sometime next year.

The following zoning were recommended: for retail pharmacies – C-2 commercial store and C-3 transport hub commercial store as conditional use; for cultivation – I-1 intensive commercial and light industrial, I-2 restricted industrial and I-3 heavy industrial as permitted use; and for processing – I-2 and I-3 as permitted use.

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