Ontario council approves pot rules with larger buffer zones that include private parks

ONTARIO – Before a packed house, the Ontario City Council Tuesday approved larger buffer zones for marijuana businesses in anticipation of a Nov. 6 vote that could allow them in the city.

The action reversed the council’s stand from last week on buffer zones and other restrictions.

Tuesday’s meeting ended with the council approving a slate of land-use regulations for marijuana stores that could be made . . .

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