Unionville residents discuss ordinances that would ban marijuana sales


    Monday the village of Unionville in Tuscola County held a public hearing to get community input on two proposed ordinances. (Photo: WEYI/WSMH)

    UNIONVILLE, Mich. - Another community is deciding how to handle recreational marijuana.

    Monday the village of Unionville in Tuscola County held a public hearing to get community input on two proposed ordinances.

    One would ban marijuana businesses in the village and the other that would ban selling and consuming marijuana in public places.

    "Well I really think they should have it you know. It’s a good thing for the state. There’s going to be a lot of increased revenue coming in and instead of nitpicking at home owners maybe they can make us back some money,” said resident Ken Wloszyn.

    Copies of the proposed ordinances are on file at the Unionville clerk's office, and people can view them during normal business hours.

    No word yet on when the council could vote on these proposals.

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