North Highline Unincorporated Area Council to talk about marijuana Thursday, last meeting until September
Before taking a summer break from the monthly meeting schedule, the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council will take a closer look at one of the area’s hottest topics:
When: Thursday, June 4 at 7 pm
Where: North Highline Fire Station (1243 SW 112th)
We are pleased to be hosting James Paribello and Frank O’Dell from the Washington State Liquor Control Board, who will provide the latest updates regarding legislation, siting, and licensing of recreational marijuana stores (502 stores). We will be discussing the process for potential conversion of the now unregulated medical marijuana dispensaries to 502 stores.
Specifically, we are interested in how this new legislation will impact the greater White Center/North Highline community. With 8 unregulated medical dispensaries and two licensed 502 stores presently in the community, as well as a potential grow/processing operation, how many more businesses will we see?
Plan on attending and bring your questions and concerns for this important and informative community discussion.
Our White Center Storefront Deputy, Julian Chivington, will also be on hand with information on crime trends and general community safety concerns.
All are welcome – see you there!
Questions: contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
For the agenda please see: northhighlineuac.org
(Please note: NHUAC will not be holding meetings in July and August)
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