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Michigan marijuana business development takes shape

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WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, MI (AP) -

An industrial park intended for growing medical marijuana in Mid-Michigan is starting to take shape.

The Lansing State Journal reports that a cultivation facility is currently under construction in Windsor Township's nearly 130-acre (53-hectare) medical marijuana business development, Harvest Park.

The township's planning commission is also expected to review plans in the coming weeks proposed by other Harvest Park businesses seeking to use special permits. Each business will be required to have permits and licenses approved by the township and state.

Lansing's Board of Water and Light is working with private investors to have the park's first 62 acres (25 hectares) accessible to electricity and water within several months. The park's second phase is 67 acres (27 hectares), which investors hope to have sold out by the end of the year.

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