There was another full house in Stirling-Rawdon’s council chambers to witness a decision on whether to approve
rezoning of farmland to allow the building of an indoor marijuana production facility.
However the decision took the form of a no-decision.
At the request of the applicants hoping to build the facility on a farm off Hoover Road, the matter was deferred indefinitely.
The Matthews family told council that since regulations regarding how marijuana can be legally grown are still changing they’ve decided to put the project on hold for the time being.
Several residents are against the plan but council’s planning committee had previously approved the rezoning.