Council agrees to land sale with Youngs
Agreement opens a door to Cheney’s first marijuana production and processing facility, pending permits
The Cheney City Council approved a land sale at its March 11 meeting that will bring the first marijuana facility to the city.
In a 5-1 vote — Councilwoman Jill Weiszmann voted no with Councilman Bob Stockton absent — the council authorized Mayor Tom Trulove to sign and accept a sale of two parcels, with an option on a third, to Bill Youngs and partners for the construction of a marijuana production and processing facility in the city’s Commerce and Industrial Park. Construction of the facility is contingent on three factors: approval of a license to grow and process marijuana by the...
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