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May 27, 2015 - VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION

 

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 

PLANNING COMMISSION

 

PUBLIC HEARING

 

LOCATION CHANGE

 

The location of the Public Hearing to be held by the Village of Lake Orion Planning Commission on Monday, June 1, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. regarding a proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendment, has been MOVED TO THE

 

LAKE ORION COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

 

ADMINITRATION BUILDING

 

315 N. LAPEER STREET

 

LAKE ORION, MI 48362

 

The purpose of the Public Hearing is to grant a hearing to any person interested in a Proposed Amendment to the Village of Lake Orion Zoning Ordinance No. 26.89, as previously amended, prior to the Planning Commission making its recommendation thereon to the Lake Orion Village Council.

 

The effect of the proposed amendment (Proposed Ordinance 26.90) is an ordinance to amend Title XV, Land Usage, Chapter 158, Section 158.01, Article 13, General Regulations, by adding Section 13.31 et seq. to the Zoning Ordinance to adopt Medical Marijuana Regulations that conform with and exercise authority under Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, MCLA 33.26421, et seq. and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, MCLA 125.3101, et seq, as amended and all future amendments.

 

Interested parties are welcome to attend the Public Hearing and offer comments, and written comments will be accepted prior to the date and time of the Public Hearing by the Village Clerk, 21 E. Church St., Lake Orion, MI 48362.

 

A complete copy of Proposed Ordinance No. 26.90 is available for inspection, and additional information may be obtained, by visiting the Village of Lake Orion administrative offices temporarily located in the Orion Pointe professional office building, 214 South Broadway, Suite #120, Lake Orion, MI or by calling 693-8391, during regular business hours, 9:00 am. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Village office, at least seventy-two (72) hours in advance of the meeting, if requesting accommodations.

 

Susan C. Galeczka, CMC

 

Village Clerk

 

Publish: The Lake Orion Review May 27, 2015

 

Posted: May 22, 2015

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The effect of the proposed amendment (Proposed Ordinance 26.90) is an ordinance to amend Title XV, Land Usage, Chapter 158, Section 158.01, Article 13, General Regulations, by adding Section 13.31 et seq. to the Zoning Ordinance to adopt Medical Marijuana Regulations that conform with and exercise authority under Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, MCLA 33.26421, et seq. and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, MCLA 125.3101, et seq, as amended and all future amendments.

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June 17, 2015 - By Chris Hagan

 

Review Staff Writer

 

The Village of Lake Orion, in accordance with state law, will soon allow registered medical marijuana growers to reside within village limits but there are going to be heavy restrictions, under a proposed ordinance.

 

On Monday, June 8, The Village Council discussed the first reading of their first medical marijuana ordinance. For the past 10 months the Village Council has been working with the zoning board to develop regulations that would bring them into compliance with the Michigan's Medical Marijuana Act.

 

The village looked to other communities facing the same ordinance issue and drafted certain areas that would be permissible locations for caregivers to reside. The first provision is that caregiver's location must be more than 1,000 feet from schools, churches and daycare facilities. The areas that fall within the allowed distance restriction would be the southern M-24 corridor and areas along Heights and Bellevue.

 

"Our regular drug laws still apply and this ordinance simply regulates legal uses of marijuana for medical purposes," Village Manager Darwin McClary said.

 

The caregiver can only grow within a single detached dwelling that can be securely locking and must possess a current registry card for growing and selling legal medical marijuana. There will be a limit of 2-3 caregivers in the village based on the 1,000 foot buffer zone.

 

Under Michigan law, caregivers are allowed to grow 12 plants per patient, and if the caregiver is also a patient, they're allowed to grow 12 for themselves as well. The law limits the caregiver to five patients, bringing the maximum amount of marijuana plants per license to 72. They can only provide 2.5 ounces of usable marijuana to the patient at a time.

 

The ordinance was also created as a preemptive measure so that caregiver facilities didn't begin setting up in areas the village didn't want. They were fearful that without having any written ordinance than caregivers could set up where they pleased.

 

"Facilities are subject to all permits and inspections including inspections from the Orion Township Fire Department to ensure compliance," Council President Kenneth Van Portfliet said. "Lake Orion Police has the right for approval of the plant enclosure, the security, registration and compliance with the act."

 

Caregivers can deliver marijuana to the patient while they're at home but the patient cannot come to the caregiver to pick it up. If a caregiver is caught selling medical marijuana to someone who is not allowed to use it for medical purposes, they will have their registry car revoked is subject to two years imprisonment and a fine of $2,000.

 

The second reading for the Medical Marijuana Ordinance will take place on July 13 for consideration of adoption.

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Holy f*ck. These idiots need to wake the heck up and live in a world a little more broad than their narrow minded world of peril.

 

So now the school and church rule is going to drafted up by every Whiteville city in the state? What about prescription drugs? Still a school zone? What about a church called "da holy house?"

 

The bs going in the world and these donkey-hats take 10 months to draft up illegal ordinances. Giant F

 

Does this regulate caregivers or dispensaries? The language is confusing.

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" preemptive measure so that caregiver facilities didn't begin setting up in areas the village didn't want. They were fearful that without having any written ordinance than caregivers could set up where they pleased.

"Facilities are subject to all permits and inspections including inspections from the Orion Township Fire Department to ensure compliance," Council President Kenneth Van Portfliet said. "Lake Orion Police has the right for approval of the plant enclosure, the security, registration and compliance with the act."

Caregivers can deliver marijuana to the patient while they're at home but the patient cannot come to the caregiver to pick it up. If a caregiver is caught selling medical marijuana to someone who is not allowed to use it for medical purposes, they will have their registry car revoked is subject to two years imprisonment and a fine of $2,000.

 

 

Seems to me it's a direct confrontation to any CG's .... Not to sure if its enforceable , (dont think so)  isn't this a "Grandville VS  Beek" ? situation..? seems like it is to me.....forcing you to move/or pay for a rental? Nope not gonna happen...

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All this work for no reason whatsoever. And these bad ordinances will remain after the dispensary bill passes or doesn't pass, even if it doesn't include patients and caregivers as anything other than customers.

...and those ordinances are unenforceable, but if it comes down to it, will require time and expense to defend in court against them. Some proposed ordinances have quietly disappeared when the decision in Ter Beek is laid out. It remains for activists to remind government committees that it prohibits much or all of what they propose. The smart ones know enough to drop it. But who is to say that these are always smart people?

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June 24, 2015 - VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

 

SYNOPSIS OF

 

INTRODUCED ORDINANCE

 

At its Regular Meeting of June 8, 2015 the Lake Orion Village Council accepted for first reading Ordinance No. 26.90 an ordinance to amend Title XV, Land Usage, Chapter 158, Section 158.01, Article 13, General Regulations, by adding Section 13.31 et seq. to the Zoning Ordinance to adopt Medical Marijuana Regulations

 

The effect of the Proposed Ordinance to amend Title XV, Land Usage, Chapter 158, Section 158.01, Article 13, General Regulations, by adding Section 13.31 et seq. to the Zoning Ordinance to adopt Medical Marijuana Regulations that conform with and exercise authority under Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, MCLA 33.26421, et seq. and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, MCLA 125.3101, et seq, as amended and all future amendments.

 

Second reading and adoption of this Ordinance will be considered by the Lake Orion Village Council at its Regular Meeting to be held on Monday, July 13, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. The complete text of the Ordinance is on file in the office of the Village Clerk and available for public inspection during regular Village office hours located at 21 E. Church Street, Lake Orion, Michigan, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For additional information, please contact the Village Clerk (693-8391 ext. 102).

 

Susan C. Galeczka, CMC

 

Village Clerk

 

Publish: The Lake Orion Review: June 24, 2015

 

Posted: June 19, 2015

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