City Waiting As Medical Marijuana Deadline Passes

The state’s deadline for applications for Medical Marijuana manufacturing, growing and testing ended on Monday.  City Administrator Darin Chappell says there is an interest in facilities in Chillicothe, but they still have to wait on the state. The State of Missouri received more than 2,100 applications for Medical Marijuana facilities and collected more than $13 million in application fees. The […]

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Medical Marijuana Licensing

The City of Chillicothe has approved a resolution and provided a letter to the State of Missouri for one company that is seeking a license for growing and manufacturing medical marijuana.  City Administrator Darin Chappell says they are the only one to make that formal request at this time. Chappell says the license application period begins August 3rd and the […]

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City Approves Letter In Support Of Medical Marijuana Grow Application

A resolution supporting the application by Big Canoe Health LLC for plans to have medical marijuana cultivation and a medical marijuana-infused manufacturing facility in Chillicothe’s Industrial Park was approved by the Chillicothe City Council Monday.  Big Canoe Health has applied with the state of Missouri and has also provided a letter of intent to purchase the spec building in Chillicothe’s […]

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Trenton Works On Medical Marijuana

Area towns are scrambling to approve ordinances to bring them to compliance with the new State Constitutional Medical Marijuana Amendment. Trenton City Administrator Ron Urton says it takes several ordinances. Urton has met with Planning and Zoning regarding the necessary Zoning changes needed for the medical marijuana facilities. He said he has not heard an opposition in the meetings regarding […]

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Medical Marijuana A Topic For Chillicothe City Council

The draft ordinance for Medical Marijuana in Chillicothe was presented by the City Attorney, Robert Cowherd, at Monday’s City Council meeting.  Cowherd told the council the ordinance largely follows the constitutional amendment approved by voters in November.  He says there are areas that the city can control, mainly setback requirements, the distance from parks and schools, and the hours of […]

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