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THEY DISAGREE on the need for medical hemp, but are friendly when meeting. From left are Strayne CEO Corbin Jones, and Ray County Coalition representatives Kara White and Emily Small.

RICHMOND – Up to 60 jobs at $20 hourly at a facility on Richmond’s border is possible if the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services approves.

Strayne Premium Cannabis Co. applied to grow and manufacture medical marijuana in a building planned near 88th Street and Highway T, just outside the city, Strayne CEO Corby Jones said.

“We’re doing a cultivation facility, which is a four-season, hybrid greenhouse, fully sealed,” he said. “You’re not going to get anything that’s coming out of it from an exhaust standpoint; it’s going to be heavily filtered. It’s going to be approximately 70,000 square feet with a manufacturing and processing building.”

TO FIND OUT MORE, SEE THE FRIDAY RICHMOND NEWS

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