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. December 19, 2013.
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Resurrected plans abandoned by an entrepreneur will lead to a second medical marijuana growing facility in Ypsilanti. The project, located at 834 Railroad St., first came before the city planning commission in December of 2012, where is was turned down due to landscaping and parking deficiencies. The new applicant, Mo Chammout, has been granted approval for his site plan, but still must obtain a medical marijuana license before opening the facility.  In August, the city approved a limit on medical marijuana grow facilities and dispensaries that will only allow for one more grow facility to open within city limits.

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