Marijuana Banned In Oro Valley Arizona Amid Legalization
Operators trying to sell recreational marijuana there will not be able to do so after the Oro Valley City Council passed an emergency declaration restricting users and operators. The city prohibits the sale of marijuana on the doorstep and also prohibits the sale or use of the drug in public places. Currently, there are no pharmacies within the borders of Oro County, but operators of operators trying to sell recreational marijuana there will no longer be able to provide the So after it was passed as part of an "emergency declaration" that restricts consumer businesses, City Manager Mary Jacobs said. Recreational marijuana dispensaries could be limited to those who also receive a dual license for medical marijuana, and the community has decided what to do with it, she said.
We have chosen to maintain the safety and values that we have identified as our top priorities, "Jacobs added, according to a statement from the Oro Valley City Manager's Office.
Jacobs said the city of Oro Valley introduced a zoning order in 2010 that limited the use of medical marijuana dispensaries within its city limits, but has since restored them for recreational use. Meanwhile, pharmacies in the Oro Valley are booming and the opportunity to provide opportunities for people in the Oro Valley is now available in the shops of the industry. The updated city ordinance also requires pharmacies to be at least 20 meters from schools, parks, playgrounds, and other public facilities.
Officials said anyone who violates the updated rules could face penalties, and officials said that should be done quickly. White, who also helped produce Prop 207, welcomed Oro's call for dual licenses. Harvest Inc. is one of the largest medical marijuana producers in the state with more than 1,000 employees. This will allow us to launch the program much faster, "he said.