Edmonds City Council set to decide pot licensing, zoning rules Tuesday


marijuana artThe Edmonds City Council on Tuesday night will consider rules regarding how to license and where to locate retail marijuana operations in the city. The decision will take into account 1,000-foot buffers required by state law between such facilities and parks, arcades, child care and recreation centers, schools and transit centers.

Also on the council agenda:

– Edmonds Citizen’s Tree Annual Report, and presentation of a resolution to establish a Heritage Tree program in Edmonds
– Approval of the final plat for the Shoreshire development, which is set to have eight lots at 24223-24227 76th Ave. W. in the city’s Lake Ballinger neighborhood.

– A joint meeting with the Planning Board to discuss the city’s code update process, including signage, Highway 99, and subdivisions

– Approval for Mayor to sign a professional services contract with Parametrix, Inc. and to purchase a control system upgrade for the city’s wastewater treatment plan.

– Report on City Council Committee meetings of April 8, 2014.

The 7 p.m. meeting will be preceded by a 6 p.m. executive session regarding pending and potential litigation. The location is the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N., Edmonds. You can see the complete agenda here.

4 Replies to “Edmonds City Council set to decide pot licensing, zoning rules Tuesday”

  1. Do we really want our children to know that they can only be educated because we sell marijuana., liquor and gambling for those dollars for them….what a message….


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