(6) If Named Applicant does not own property, written consent or approval of application by all owners must be provided.
(7) Title insurance policy, commitment, or search for property confirming ownership and identifying building, use, or other
restrictions, and mortgages, liens, easements, and other encumbrances on property, with copies of all identified
(8) Written consents or approvals of proposed facility by owners and occupants of adjoining properties or areas of building
proposed for use, if any.
(9) Written support for proposed facility from Township property owners, business owners, and residents, if any.
(10) Scaled site and building plans of the proposed facility that comply with all license standards, terms, and conditions in
Section 10-306, and containing plan sheets showing property lines, building setbacks, elevations and floor plans, the
purpose and use of all rooms, parking, walks, driveways, loading and unloading zones, fences, walls, landscaping, and all
areas in which marihuana will be received, stored, grown, cultivated, manufactured, processed, packaged, loaded,
unloaded, handled, tested, displayed or dispensed. The plans shall also describe and depict the size, location, text, symbols,
and graphics, and actual appearance of all proposed signs at or for the facility.
(11) If Named Applicant does not own property, a signed document by all owners of the property approving the site and building
plans must be provided.
(12) A signed construction cost estimate for the property and building improvements shown on the site and building plans by
a licensed architect or builder competent to provide such an estimate and dated no earlier than three (3) months before
the application is submitted.
(13) Documentation of the sources of funding for the estimated construction cost.
(14) Contracts, if any, to construct or install any of the improvements on the site and building plans, and estimated time required
to start and complete construction.
(15) A comprehensive facility operation plan that complies with all license standards, terms, and conditions in Section 10-306
and that includes at least all of the following:
a. A security plan and narrative depicting and fully describing the manner and equipment by which the applicant will
comply with the requirements of this Ordinance and any other applicable law, rule, or regulation, and the details
of all security arrangements to protect the facility and the safety of its employees and members of the public who
are lawfully on the premises of the facility. Each facility must be protected by one (1) or more private security
guard or private security police personnel covered by a license issued under Public Act 330 of 1968, as amended,
that are lawfully armed with a firearm and present 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with two (2) such guards
required at provisioning centers during business hours, with one stationed indoors and the other stationed
b. For grower and processor facilities, a plan that specifies the methods to be used to ensure compliance with
restrictions and limitations on discharges into the wastewater system of the Township and the quantity of water
to be used and proposed water supply and service pipes, meters, and plumbing for the facility that has been
reviewed and approved by the Public Works Official.
c. A lighting plan showing the lighting inside and outside of the facility building.
d. A plan for disposal of any marihuana or marihuana-infused product not sold to a patient or primary caregiver that
protects any portion thereof from being possessed, used or ingested by any person or animal.
e. A plan for ventilation of the facility that describes the ventilation and filtration systems that will be used to prevent
any odor of medical marihuana off the premises of the business and how the system will be monitored and tested
at the licensee’s expense to meet all requirements of this Ordinance and the Act, Rules, State license, and other
laws and rules regarding odor control and ventilation. For grower facilities, such plan shall also include all
ventilation and filtration systems used to control the environment for the plants and describe how such systems
operate with the systems preventing any odor leaving the facility. For processor facilities, such plan shall also
include all ventilation and filtration systems used to mitigate and control noxious gases or other fumes used or
created as part of the production and processing process.
f. A description of all herbicide, pesticide, fertilizer, chemicals, and all toxic, flammable and combustible materials
that will be used or kept at the facility, the location of such materials, and how such materials will be stored,
used, and disposed of.
g. A statement and description by a Michigan licensed electrician of the amount of the projected daily average and
peak electric load that will be used by the facility, the electrical wiring and equipment existing or to be installed