Ontario ‘getting shanked’ on pot money, city manager says

Ontario City Hall

ONTARIO – City elected leaders want the state to change the formula for how much money Ontario receives from marijuana sales.

City officials requested “immediate intervention” to amend the formula in a Jan. 9 letter to the House Interim Committee on Revenue, Gov. Kate Brown, Sen. Peter Courtney (D-Salem), Sen. Lynn Findley (R-Vale) and House Speaker Rep. Tina Kotek (D-Portland).

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