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Vote set on whether medical marijuana businesses can be near churches

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The 511 E. Camelback Road location happens to be the current storefront for The Marijuana Doctor. You can see a doctor and get a medical marijuana card there, but it is not a licensed dispensary. /Source: 3TV

By Mesa Independent

The Mesa Planning and Zoning Board on Wednesday is to vote on removing a requirement that medical-marijuana facilities be 1,200 feet from churches outside residential zoning districts. The meeting begins at 4 p.m. May 17 in the upper level council chambers, 57 E. First St.

Board members will vote to recommend approval or denial to the Mesa City Council on the proposed zoning ordinance amendment to Section 11-31-34 regarding medical marijuana facilities, including dispensaries, cultivation facilities and infusion facilities.

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