City of Paso Robles considers allowing marijuana dispensaries – KSBY News

The City of Paso Robles is looking into the possibility of allowing marijuana dispensaries.

Right now, only medicinal deliveries are allowed within the City of Paso Robles.

There are no storefront locations in all of North County, but that could change.

“I’m glad that the city is starting to move forward, seems like they’re moving in the right direction,” said Ernest Hall, Owner of Dubbs Green Garden Collective.

The Paso Robles City Council is laying the framework for allowing marijuana dispensaries within city limits.

“The regulation top to bottom will be an intensive project requiring a lot of input from the community and the council,” said Paso Robles City Manager Ty Lewis.

On Tuesday, the council directed staff to move forward with developing a cannabis governance framework. These are rules and regulations that could allow for recreational retail sales.

“Paso is one of the best places you can live on the Central Coast and all we’re missing in Paso Robles is a storefront location,” said Hall. “I’ve been delivering here for a long time now.”

Ernest Hall owns the only operational delivery service for medicinal marijuana based in Paso Robles.

“I would like to do delivery and have a storefront. That way we could reach people who are

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