OREGON: Trees and commercial marijuana production top the agenda for the Monday, Sept. 28, Salem City Council meeting.
There will be a first reading of Ordinance Bill 22-15, which would amend city code to restrict the commercial production of recreational marijuana to indoor production sites, or outdoor sites within exclusive farm use zone. The council decide whether to refer the ordinance to the planning commission for a hearing and recommendation.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will be issuing licenses for commercial producers of recreational marijuana in 2016. The proposed amendment would not affect medical marijuana grow sites, or restrict state law allowing individuals to grow up to four marijuana plants on their property for recreational purposes.