(A)   Compliance with law. All cannabis businesses must comply with all state and local laws, including the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, 410 ILCS 705/1 et seq., building, electrical, plumbing, health, housing, zoning and fire codes.
   (B)   Report to police. Every cannabis business must promptly, within 24 hours, document and report any loss, theft, security breach or criminal activity to village police.
   (C)   Inspections. It shall be unlawful for a cannabis business to refuse entry or otherwise refuse inspection by the Mayor, his or her designee, any member of law enforcement or building services.
   (D)   Employee identification. It shall be unlawful for an employee of a cannabis business to engage in employment activities for the cannabis business unless he or she displays a valid agent identification card, as required by state law. A copy of all agent identification cards shall be forwarded to the Village Clerk and updated as the card is renewed, suspended, revoked or the employee is terminated.
   (E)   Sanitary conditions. It shall be unlawful for a cannabis business to maintain any building or equipment in an unclean or unsanitary state. All buildings and equipment shall be free from infestation by insects, rodents or pests.
   (F)   Deliveries. It shall be unlawful for a cannabis business to accept cannabis deliveries through public or limited access areas. All deliveries must be accepted into a restricted access area with adequate security.
   (G)   Odor control. Sufficient measures and means of preventing smoke, odors, debris, dust, fluids and other substances from exiting a cannabis business establishment must be provided at all times.
   (H)   Lighting. No portion of the exterior of the cannabis business shall utilize or contain any flashing lights, search lights or spot lights or any similar lighting system.
   (I)   Minors prohibited. It shall be unlawful for a cannabis business to allow any person under the age of 21 years old to enter or loiter about any cannabis business. Cannabis dispensaries authorized to sell medical cannabis may allow qualified patients pursuant to the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act over the age of 18 years old with proper identification to enter the cannabis dispensary.
(Ord. 4412, passed 3-16-2020)