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City of Redmond working to adopt marijuana regulations

In response to the passage of Initiative 502, the City of Redmond is working toward adopting permanent regulations for all marijuana related uses within Redmond city limits. City staff will be holding office hours to provide information and field general questions and comments from the public. Marijuana uses include the production, processing and retail sale of marijuana, marijuana-infused products and marijuana paraphernalia.

City staff will be available the following dates and times to meet with the public to field questions on the first floor of City Hall in the Bytes Café located at 15670 N.E. 85th St.:

• Jan. 29 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.• Jan. 30 from 2-4:30 p.m.• Feb. 4 from 9:30 a.m. to noon

For those who cannot attend the office hours, questions can also be emailed to: a1bien@redmond.gov and phone messages left at (425) 556-2458.

In addition to hosting office-hour discussions, the city will conduct a public hearing at its City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 in the City Hall Council Chambers, 15670 N.E. 85th St.

According to the Washington State Liquor Control Board website, Redmond retailer, processor and producer applications came from:

Amazone (retailer)

Biloxi Green (retailer)

Cleo (processor)

Continental Holdings III LLC (producer)

Diamond Medical (retailer)

Eastside Wellness (producer)

Glens Plant Farm (processor)

Good News Everyone LLC (retailer)

Grassroots Bake Shoppe (producer and processor)

Susan Dianne Haupt (producer)

HG 2013 (retailer)

Johnnystand (retailer)

Mr. Arash's Hydroponic Culture Center (processor)

Pacific Northwest Producer (processor)

Maui Wowie LLS (retailer)

Quantam Capital Advisors (producer)

Redspark LLC (producer)

Seattle Tribe Partners (retailer)

Venspark Inc. (processor)

The Werc Shop WA (processor)

(For addresses, visit http://liq.wa.gov/records/frequently-requested-lists)

 

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