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Should Ethnobotanica be allowed to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Nipomo?

Yes. The Board of Supervisors bought into law enforcement's bogus scare tactics and made the wrong decision.
They should be allowed to open their dispensary, but not in Nipomo. That place has enough problems as it is.
No. The county should limit marijuana availability to mobile delivery services only.
Ban all marijuana! I've watched Reefer Madness enough times to know it's dangerous!

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The following article was posted on December 4th, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 28, Issue 19 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 28, Issue 19

I've got a site idea

By B.E. "Billie" Jones - San Luis Obispo

Looking at all the facts will show that the existing location behind Cuesta College is the best location for Morro Bay’s new sewer treatment plant. Please consider this, Mr. John Rickenbach. There is enough acreage surrounding the Men’s Colony treatment plant to install a solar field that will accomplish a positive result for all concerned. It could furnish enough energy to service the needs of all the following:

1) The entire city of Morro Bay

2) Cuesta College

3) Camp San Luis

4) the county school building

5) Dairy Creek Golf Course

6) El Chorro Regional Park

7) California Men’s Colony

8) both men’s and women’s county jails

PG&E could use this new source of power to offset their loss of the Morro Bay generation plant. Cuesta College could use the solar field as a working laboratory for their new renewable energy education center. Please consider battery energy storage packs, and all of the above-named benefactors’ electric bills will be net zero.