County Supervisors Want More Input Before Cannabis Ordinance Vote
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Supervisor Joel Anderson -- in whose district four of the five banned dispensaries are located -- said the board has "a moral obligation to restore them to where they were."
"We made a commitment to let these dispensaries operate within the law, and then we changed it," Anderson said, referring to the 2017 ban.
Anderson also suggest that to ensure strong community input during a pandemic, it might be a good idea to let some rural groups meet in a socially distant manner, as their Internet connections might not handle Zoom meetings.