Michigan school district considering sale of vacant elementary to medical marijuana company

Feb 19, 2018

LEONI TWP., MI – East Jackson Community Schools has changed its stance on selling a former elementary school building to a marijuana management company, officials said.

Due to an impasse related to language in the original purchase agreement, the district’s Board of Education in December let an offer from The Dromos Group of Waterford expire.

The group was proposing to buy the vacant Bertha Robinson Elementary School, 5400 Seymour Road, for use as a medical marijuana growing and processing facility, Superintendent Steve Doerr said.

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