RADNOR — One week after the Radnor Board of Health said they’d recommend the township not regulate kratom, the commissioners are moving ahead with the introduction of an ordinance to regulate the substance.
But the proposed regulations will not be a ban, as some residents and commissioners have demanded. Instead, the new rules will limit where it’s sold and set a minimum age for purchasing the product.
A final vote on the regulations could come as early as the board’s next meeting on March 28.
Under the proposed ordinance, the sale of kratom and another product called delta 8 would be prohibited within 1,000 feet of a school, playground or daycare center.