Glendale proposes several zoning regulations to dictate where registered non-profit medical-marijuana facilities can locate in the city.
Arizona voters in November approved Proposition 203 to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
Municipalities can implement zoning regulations. Otherwise, under the new law, the facilities can be allowed anywhere as long as they are more than 500 feet from a school, according to Glendale staff.
The city’s proposed regulations are aimed at medical-marijuana-related enterprises such as growers and sellers.
All of the facilities must be in a permanent building and not in a trailer, cargo container or motor vehicle. They are prohibited within 5,280 feet of another medical-marijuana dispensary, cultivation location or manufacturing facility, within 1,320 feet of a school and 500 feet of a residence.
via : AZ Central
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