Fullerton’s Metropolis Council has tabled, for now, a proposed legislation that may enable regulated marijuana dispensaries, producers and different enterprise varieties in among the metropolis’s business and industrial areas.
Throughout a gathering Tuesday, Oct. 20, the council voted 4-1 to delay a call on the ordinance. Some council members argued extra research and group outreach have to be completed to keep away from the damaging affect of retailers, whereas others contend the transfer merely kicks an inevitable subject down the street.
California voters in 2016 handed Prop. 64, which legalized hashish for leisure use by adults 21 and older. State legislation lets native leaders determine whether or not to permit – and tax – sectors of the trade, corresponding to leisure or medical retailers, cultivation and distribution, inside cities or counties.