Red Cliff gives green thumbs up to marijuana business

COLORADO: Red Cliff Mayor Scott Burgess is frank — the town needs virtually any revenue source it can find. That’s why town officials would welcome a retail marijuana shop. Beyond that, town officials are asking voters to approve a new sales tax on any retail pot sold in town. [Read more…]

Red Cliff gives green thumbs up to marijuana business

COLORADO: Red Cliff Mayor Scott Burgess is frank — the town needs virtually any revenue source it can find. That’s why town officials would welcome a retail marijuana shop. Beyond that, town officials are asking voters to approve a new sales tax on any retail pot sold in town. [Read more…]

Denver Council to Settle 39 Issues Around New Retail Pot Framework

COLORADO: With legislation pending on whether to ask Denver voters to approve a 5 percent tax on retail marijuana sales, the Denver City Council on Monday will consider setting a host of rules and regulations for the new industry. [Read more…]

Estes Park Town Board to Consider Ordinances on Marijuana Establishments

COLORADO: The Estes Park Town Board will consider proposed additions to the municipal code to prohibit retail marijuana establishments within Estes Park town limits, as well as prohibit private marijuana clubs in commercial and industrial establishments at its Aug. 13 meeting. [Read more…]

Proposed limits on recreational pot shop locations

Should recreational marijuana shops be allowed to be next door to each other? It is a question being raised by Denver City Councilman Paul López, as he proposes five amendments to the law regarding recreational marijuana.

Colorado voters approved the use and sale of recreational marijuana in November 2012. However, lawmakers in different cities are still working on rules surrounding the process. López is proposing five amendments that would, among other things, require that recreational marijuana shops not be within 2,500 feet of each other.

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