Village of Edwardsburg, MI - Cass County

Village of Edwardsburg, MI - Cass County
Village of Edwardsburg, MI - Cass County
Edwardsburg is a village within Ontwa Township, Cass County, Michigan, just northeast of South Bend, Indiana. Edwardsburg was established in 1828 in an area that had previously been known as Beardsley's Prairie and was incorporated as a village in 1911. It is part of the South Bend–Mishawaka, IN-MI, Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Marijuana facilities in
Village of Edwardsburg, MI - Cass County
are regulated under
Michigan
marijuana laws and local laws and ordinances.
Village of Edwardsburg, MI - Cass County
marijuana rules allow for the following:
MEDICAL MARIJUANA FACILITIES
RECREATIONAL (ADULT USE) MARIJUANA FACILITIES
NO COMMERCIAL MARIJUANA FACILITIES ALLOWED
Understanding Marijuana Regulations
'Opted In' means they have already adopted (or are in the process of adopting), a zoning ordinance defining where marijuana facilities can be located, and a marijuana ordinance outlining the rules that apply to marijuana facilities.
'No Commercial Marijuana Facilities Allowed' means they have either written rules prohibiting commercial marijuana facilities in their municipality, or they haven't written rules about it at all. Commercial Facilities are different than Caregiver facilities.
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