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Dianda discusses potential impact with residents, village council


August 27, 2019

Jan Tucker/Daily Globe

Former state rep. Scott Dianda explains how Tranquility Fields would establish a marijuana facility in the community to Ontonagon Council member Mike Mogan and residents.


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ONTONAGON - The pro's and con's of accepting marijuana as a micro-business in the village of Ontonagon drew a standing room only crowd at the Ontonagon Village Council meeting Monday.

Former State Rep. Scott Dianda representing a firm, Tranquility Fields of Ann Arbor, said the firm would grant a franchise with a local owner, employ eight people and would be a "brand new business." He explained a "brand new building would be brought into the site with all utilities." He continued the company would take down old buildings. The new structure would have an air...

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