City of Higginsville, MO
Lafayette County
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[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
The purpose of these regulations is to provide a uniform and comprehensive set of standards for the location and development of facilities intended for the production, testing, and distribution of marijuana/cannabis, as provided in the Missouri Constitution and regulated by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The intent of these regulations is to protect the public health, safety and community welfare, while allowing the development of centers for the regulated and controlled production, testing, and distribution of cannabis for medical purposes, while ensuring that the provisions of State and City law are met.
[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
Medical marijuana/cannabis cultivation centers and medical marijuana-infused manufacturing facilities shall be permitted uses by right in the Agricultural (AG), Light Industrial (LI), and Heavy Industrial (HI) zoning districts. Medical marijuana/cannabis dispensing organizations shall be permitted uses by right in Heavy Industrial (HI), Light Industrial (LI), Health Service (HS), and Highway Commercial (HC) districts, and permitted as a conditional use in Downtown Commercial (DC) and General Commercial (GC) districts. Medical marijuana testing facilities shall be a permitted use by right in Light Industrial (LI), Heavy Industrial (HI), and Highway Commercial (HC) districts, and as a conditional use in General Commercial (GC), Downtown Commercial (DC), and Health Service (HS) districts.
[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
Cultivation centers, testing facilities, and dispensing organizations shall conform to and meet all regulations established by the State of Missouri and the City of Higginsville.
[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
Where a conditional use permit is required by Section 250.020, all policies, procedures and standards of Chapter 410, Article VIII, Conditional Use Regulations, shall apply, except as otherwise noted in Section 410.310, Use Standards.
[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
Signage shall be as permitted under Chapter 410, Article IX of this Code.
[Ord. No. 2785, 3-4-2019]
The Board of Aldermen may revoke all or part of a conditional use permit if it is not put into use within twelve (12) months of the date of approval. The Board of Aldermen, after a public hearing, may revoke a conditional use permit for failure of compliance with the regulations and restrictions of this Chapter or the requirements of the conditional use permit.