The town Hudson, Ohio will be getting a brand new business partner if local voters give the go ahead for the ResponsibleOhio’s ballot, as reported by Cleveland.com. If passed the ballot will partially legalize indoor marijuana growing in the state.
The local residents of the city helped to arrange this agreement unknowingly between Premier Development Partners and Responsible Ohio. A city spokeswoman said that the city was approached about the property in question by a business who did not specify their nature. They were looking for an agricultural site, but they didn’t know it was ResponsibleOhio themselves until recently.
The site is across the street from a church and a children’s trampoline park. Many people are against this movement due to the location of the site, however if the movement does go ahead and if marijuana is legalized then a grow site able to house thousands of plants, making it a key part of marijuana production for the state.