Thousand Oaks council trying to make marijuana business selection process fairer

The Thousand Oaks City Council this week took more action to again try to make the selection process for the operators of a medical marijuana dispensary and a cannabis testing laboratory fairer and more competitive.

The council on Tuesday night introduced an ordinance amending a 600-foot separation requirement between commercial cannabis locations in the city’s industrial zone and so-called “sensitive uses”: schools, youth facilities, day-care facilities and residential neighborhoods.

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The council took the action after four potential locations for the dispensary were previously rejected by the city for not

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