As we have documented even before the vote was in , communities around the state of Michigan were gearing up to set restrictions in place assured that recreational marijuana would be legalized.  At the moment, there are no sources available to purchase pot legally and communities like Allegan seem to be preparing to make sure that it's not going to be available there anytime soon.

In an article on wwmt.com, Allegan city council members are proposing a ban on sales of recreational marijuana as a first step.  The next step is to study for six to eight months and then revisit the situation after that.  The idea of the study is to try and determine what the sale of marijuana will do to the residents, how it will affect the business community and the area overall.

Allegan joins an ever-growing list of municipalities that weren't prepared for what was about to happen.  Frankly, I don't think anyone was prepared considering that there is absolutely no infrastructure in place to support the business of recreational marijuana.  I guess, like Allegan, we'll just have to wait and see.