Three dispensaries coming soon to Whitmore Lake and an approved growing, processing and retail site in Pinckney are increasing legal marijuana access for Livingston County residents.
Here’s what you need to know about the developments:
Pinckney leads way in Livingston County
In August, the first marijuana business in the county was approved in Pinckney, where a shuttered elementary school on M-36 will be converted into The Means Project, a marijuana facility that will grow, process and sell marijuana products.
Developer Chris Bonk has said profits from The Means Project will be used to build and fund a group home for adults with disabilities. It will be called Grant’s Place after Bonk’s son Grant.
He said construction will cost upward of $5 million and he estimates the processing and retail facilities will be operational next spring.
Northfield Twp. approves licenses
Officials in Northfield Township, located in Washtenaw County, approved three marijuana business licenses there.
Planted Provisioning is set to open Monday in Whitmore Lake. The recreational and medical marijuana dispensary is located in a longtime vacant property at 9545 Main St. across from the lake.
Quest Cannabis, a recreational and medical dispensary, is expected to open in November at 8475 Main St. in the former Bobber