Going to Pot

States are relaxing restrictions on marijuana, which means conflict is coming to community associations. What is clouding the debate?  It doesn’t happen often. But every couple of months, there’s that unmistakable smell wafting through a hallway at Penn Square Condominium high-rise in Denver: marijuana.  Manager Michael Milburn’s strategy is always the same. He knocks on the door where he suspects the smoker lives. He advises the occupants they must take steps, such as installing weather-stripping or an air purifier, to prevent further seepage.     Read the article…………


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