The Coachella Valley’s biggest city is lastly taking into consideration how it would move forward with permitting retail cannabis dispensaries and other prospective cannabis company, a move that could deliver the strongest foothold but for the neighborhood business.
Indio has lengthy been conservative in its strategy to legalizing cannabis, holding back even though cities like Desert Hot Springs, Palm Springs and Cathedral City raced ahead to adopt cannabis ordinances and attract enterprises.
Following a study session this month, Indio City Manager Mark Scott mentioned he is preparing a operating program.
“I was seriously impressed with the public input we got,” Scott mentioned. “There was a lot of wisdom, a lot of method, and acknowledgment of each the pros and the cons and what types of issues require to be accomplished so when the city adopts regulations that they make sense.”
The attainable opening-up of the most populous valley city (Indio has 90,000 people today, roughly twice the size of Palm Springs)to cannabis comes at a time when the Coachella Valley is cementing itself as an epicenter of legalized activity.
Published: December 02, 2019