Crystal Township defers medical marijuana application due to concerns over unloading product

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Jim Chandler of Crystal voices his frustrations toward the Crystal Township Board regarding their decision to defer his medical marijuana facility license application due to product unloading concerns during Wednesday’s meeting. — DN Photo | Brandon Schreur

CRYSTAL TOWNSHIP — The church bells may have been ringing out “Ode To Joy,” but one resident was decidedly not full of joy as he walked away from Wednesday’s Crystal Township Board meeting.

Last week, the township board held a special meeting to go over a licensing application that Jim Chandler submitted in hopes to turn the Crystal Clean Laundromat building at 102 Main St. into a medical marijuana dispensary.

During Wednesday’s meeting, the board unanimously voted to defer granting the application for the time being due to some concerns with…

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