Cache County Council Looks To Limit Areas Medical Marijuana Can Be Grown
There are currently no licenses for a medical marijuanna growing operation in Cache County, and some County Council members want to keep it that way — or at least restrict it as much as possible.
When asked by Council Member Dave Erickson at Tuesday’s Cache County Council Meeting if it was possible to not allow any operations in the county, Chris Harrild replied, “no.”
“If your option is to not allow it anywhere, you allow it everywhere, because of the state requirements,” said the director of development services. “If we don’t adopt something that refines where it goes, it applies to the entire A10 zone, and it’s permitted by the state.” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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