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Park Place Provisionary becomes first recreational marijuana shop to open in Muskegon MUSKEGON, MI – Customers bundled against sub-freezing temperatures lined up early on Friday for the first day of recreational marijuana sales in the city of Muskegon. Hours before Park Place Provisionary, 1922 Park St, opened its doors to recreational customers at 10 a.m. Jan. 17, they’d begun gathering in a heated tent in the parking lot. By 9:30, the line snaked around the tent as employees and volunteers handed out snacks and swag. “It’s history-making,” said Greg Maki, owner of Agri-Med, the parent company for what became the city’s first state-licensed medical marijuana dispensary when it opened in June. With a new set of licenses, Park Place Provisionary can now sell up to 2.5 ounces of cannabis product to people over 21. Recreational marijuana sales arrive for enthusiastic customers in Muskegon

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