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