County considers changes to marijuana ordinance


The first reading of Archuleta County’s proposed updated marijuana ordinance last week featured several small changes to the ordinance that was originally approved last year, as well as a larger change that, if approved on second reading, would allow a limited number of grow operations in unincorporated Archuleta County not associated with a store.

Because of the changes that took place during the May 5 first reading and the need to draft additional language for the ordinance, a date has not yet been set for the second reading. When set, that date will be announced in the Public Notices section of The SUN.

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