Marijuana debate still blazing in Cannon Beach (OR)

Councilors voted 3-2 to maintain the ordinance, which prohibits marijuana stores in mixed-use buildings to adhere to the community’s desire to keep marijuana out of residential areas. The building meets the city code for a marijuana store because the residents have since moved out and the building is no longer mixed-use.  Despite this, the Ecola Square Homeowners Association, spearheaded by David Frei, is still urging the city to deny a business license to Five Zero Trees, citing concerns about the application process and inconsistencies with the comprehensive plan.  “By not informing the planning director of the apartments in the building, they led the planning director into saying that the property in question was in fact compatible with the city code and zoning when in reality it was not,” Frei said in an email.    Read the article……………..

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