No decision has been made, but the Cerro Gordo Village board is leaning towards allowing the sale of recreational marijuana in the village limits, according to Journal-Republican correspondent Christy Jankowski.

She reports that Village President Tim Allen, trustees Aaron Weldy, Beth Medlen, Aaron Weldy, and Jeff Powers expressed interest in allowing sales at Monday's (Nov. 18) village board meeting.

Trustee Linda Ash is on the fence, while Trustee Mike Martin is opposed.

The possibility of a dispensary or someone obtaining a license may be low due to licensing fees, but it looks as if the board will consider allowing sales within village limits in December.

The village discussed numerous restrictions, but nothing is set in stone.

This story will be updated.