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Wildomar Considers Allowing Marijuana Businesses In The City

On May 28, Wildomar City Council will take up the matter during its regularly scheduled meeting set for 6:30 p.m. (Shutterstock)

City staff has drafted the framework for regulating commercial cannabis activity in the city, and the public can weigh in.

WILDOMAR, CA — Since its incorporation on July 1, 2008, the city of Wildomar has prohibited all types of marijuana facilities and commercial cannabis businesses from operating within its borders.

Numerous cannabis operators have defied the ban and tried opening anyway — shuttering these illegal businesses has been costly for Wildomar, according to city documents.

Now the city is considering amending its code to allow some marijuana businesses in. City staff has drafted the framework for regulating commercial cannabis activity in the city, and on May 28 Wildomar City Council will take up the matter during its regularly scheduled meeting set for 6:30 p.m.

See the meeting agenda here.

During the meeting, residents and businesses are encouraged to give their thoughts on the matter via ZOOM video conferencing. (Due to coronavirus, City Council chambers will not be open to the public.) Instructions to join the ZOOM meeting are available in the meeting agenda.

Anyone wanting to provide comments during the meeting will need to raise their hand virtually on ZOOM to be placed in the queue. Instructions to do this are located on pages 2 and 3 of the meeting agenda.

You may also view the meeting live on the city of Wildomar’s website at
http://www.cityofwildomar.org or on cable TV through Frontier channel 36 or AT&T channel 99.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Toni McAllister on Patch.com

Published: May 22, 2020

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