The city council will consider making changes to an ordinance passed in the spring that allows many activities associated with the production of medical marijuana but doesn’t allow for dispensaries to get licenses to sell it.
KPBS: Oceanside Council To Take Up Medical Marijuana Again
The city council agreed to allow the cultivation, distribution, manufacturing and testing of medical marijuana, but so far, there is nowhere to legally buy medicinal marijuana in Oceanside. At 1 p.m. Wednesday, the Oceanside City Council is holding a workshop on medical marijuana and may make some changes to a city ordinance passed three months ago. (St John and Ruth, 6/20)
In other news from across the state —
The San Diego Union-Tribune: East Village Residents Air Concerns About Navigation Center
The opening of an East Village housing navigation center for homeless people still is a few months away, but some residents in the neighborhood already have concerns about how it will affect their neighborhood. About 50 people attended an update on the planned center Wednesday night in the Neil Morgan Auditorium of the Central Library, and participants included members of several East Village groups that asked for assurance that the new center will not add more homeless people to their neighborhood. (Warth, 6/20)
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