Central Point to Vote on Dispensaries

MarijuanaCENTRAL POINT, Ore. — In just days, medical marijuana dispensaries will become legal in Oregon and local cities are up against the clock, trying to figure out how they’ll deal with them.

The Central Point City Council is expected to take up the issue Thursday night. We’re told they’ll be deciding whether it will allow dispensaries within city limits.

Officials say they’ve been waiting for more information on the state laws regulating dispensaries. The city council will vote on the issue during tonight’s meeting at 7 p.m.

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  1. NO WAY! says:

    Central Point is only 3.90 sq mi of land. 2 miles of that is farm land. Within that tiny remaining area there are 6,542 households of which about 38% have CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 living with them. Also located in this small area of land are 5 schools. So if you elect to stick one of these dispensaries in Central Point it will be within a stones throw of your family home or your child’s school. VOTE NO and help keep our kids safe from a gateway!!!

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