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Decision over marijuana dispensaries to move to second reading

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Ursula Saadeh
Reporter’s Notebook: Berea City Council and Baldwin Wallace University Student Government seals.

On Tuesday, the Berea City Council met for their biweekly meeting.  

Ordinance 3-5 had its first reading. Ordinance 3-5 is an ordinance prohibiting adult use cannabis operations including cultivators, processors and dispensaries in the city of Berea. This topic was heavily debated, with a Berea citizen weighing their input. The council determined that the ordinance will stand and move onto its second reading.  

The council adopted Ordinance 2-6, regarding the budget and expenses for the rest of the 2024 fiscal year.  

The Shade Tree Committee met this week to discuss the finalization of the Barberry Project and the trees that will be planted. They received a grant to do an inventory, record the number and types of trees around the city. On April 26 they will be planting trees for Arbor Day. 

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