TROY — The Troy City Council will have a public hearing regarding the retail dispensaries of medical marijuana on Tuesday.
On Dec. 14, Troy Planning Commission voted to recommend to city council a citywide ban on cultivators and processors of medical marijuana and allow a maximum of three medical marijuana retail dispensaries in the B-4 Highway Service Business District only. The ordinance amends the city’s zoning code.
The public hearing on Jan. 17 will also include the rezoning of 214 S. Mulberry St. from M-2 light industrial to B-2 general business.
The agenda also includes the following resolutions:
R-2-2017 — Authorize bidding of the 2017 Water Line Improvement Project at a cost not to exceed $500,000
The project includes replacing water lines on Franklin Street between Oak and East Main Street, Ellis Street between Franklin and Race Drive and on South Counts Street between Martin and East Main. The project will replace existing 4 to 6-inch water lines to 8-inch water lines.
R-3-2017 — Authorize bidding for the South Stanfield Road Storm Sewer Project at a cost not to exceed $125,000
The project would install approximately 830 feet of 12 inch storm sewer pile on South Stanfield Road between Morning Glory Circle and Commerce Center Boulevard. It would re-route public storm water away from a private detention pond.
R-4-2017 — Name Hobart Arena’s new multipurpose room “The Lucia and Robert Bravo Room”
The Parks and Recreation Committee agreed to recommend that Hobart Arena’s new multipurpose room be named “The Lucia and Robert Bravo Room” or “Bravo Room.” .
The Bravos are deceased, but the recommendation has been reviewed by their son Alexandre Bravo and he granted permission for the naming. The Troy community has benefited from the philanthropic contributions of the Bravos. The Bravos donated more than $1 million in