I can't pick favorite photos from the wedding because I love them all so much, so instead, here's me and @taruckus giving into peer pressure from our parents (per @mmivphoto 's suggestion) and jumping into a balmy Little Traverse Bay to start the rest of our lives together ❤️ #FromCrewToIDo#MonsterTarucRally#puremichigan#unsalted
Yes it's late but if you're up thinking about how you're going to tame that mane tomorrow, let us take care of it 💆. Starting at 10am, we'll be accepting walk-ins for your convenience so make a plan to stop by!
Boyne City is it’s own world in northern Michigan. A quaint little town with only two stoplights, it has a popular ski resort in the winter, but lake life rules the town once summer hits #noblettadventures
Despite a looming Oct. 31 licensing deadline, medical marijuana business applicants aren’t responding in a timely manner to requests for more information, according to Bureau of Medical Marihuana Director Andrew Brisbo. The board on Thursday considered nearly 60 applications for prequalification or licensure, 15 fewer than the applications considered at the board’s September meeting.The delay from some businesses may be due to a perception that the deadline will be pushed back again, Brisbo said, or an attempt to operate as long as possible under a temporary license, which is cheaper than bringing a facility into compliance with new licensing requirements.
That’s a dangerous game to play, Brisbo said. If they want to achieve licensure by the deadline, now is the time. Existing pot businesses have until the end of the month to complete their licensing applications and shouldn’t waste time in submitting required materials to the state, Brisbo said. LARA will soon begin to mark some of the more than 700 initial applications it received as denied, withdrawn or inactive to clarify the agency's workload.
It's revealing itself more and more that not everyone who applied for licensure had the intention of following through and becoming licensed, said LARA spokesman David Harns.
A second meeting Oct. 29 will be the last chance for businesses currently operating to get licensed or begin receiving cease and desist letters after Oct. 31. Brisbo said it's not clear how many medical marijuana businesses would be forced to close at the Oct. 31 deadline.
More than 200 medical marijuana shops applied by Feb. 15 to continue operating while proceeding through the licensing process. They were allowed to continue operating through June 15, but that deadline was moved to Sept. 15, then Dec. 15 by court order, then back to Oct. 31 by the department.
Businesses that receive licensure approvals Oct. 29 will have the chance to get their licenses by Oct. 31, then have 30 days to record, tag or package all marijuana as required by the new state tracking system. After those 30 days, any marijuana not obtained through a licensed channel must be destroyed..🤷♂
We finally went to the Cedar Mill! The first 3 pics are such a good representation of Nev’s attitude while we there. But that wasn’t stopping @mooretzimari from lookin cute!😆 Even Cy cooperated for a pic next to the giant pumpkin🤷🏼♀️ #UncleJohnsCiderMill#puremichigan#fallfun
This week always seems to be nostalgic & emotional for me every year. My parents called me tonight to tell me they were thinking about me as they keep hearing about the Detroit marathon this weekend and how they wish they were going to see me run. They then told me how excited they were to go to their first Democratic rally tomorrow to hear Bernie Sanders speak. .
I kind of laugh/cried because my heart is breaking a little that I’m not there. I either photographed or ran the marathon for 5 years, which also happens to fall on the big Michigan/Michigan State game weekend every year. The first time I shot for Sports Illustrated was this weekend too.. a lot of triumphant memories all jammed in this same October week. .
It took me 3 years to get over my recurring injuries to do the full 26.2, and I really don’t know that I physically will be able to do one again.. but I hope so. 🙌🏼🙏🏼
Also, for the record, my parents have typically been Republican most of my life with exception to the last few presidential terms. I’m so proud of them for outgrowing outdated views & expanding their awareness at their age. Change is possible with persistence and dedication.. #resist
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