Airway Heights Planning Commission discusses marijuana standards for city
The Airway Heights Planning Commission met July 16 to hold public hearings for ordinances relating to Initiative 502 standards and for temporary use permits within the city.
Development Services director Derrick Braaten explained that the city’s I-502 standards for recreational cannabis closely mirror the city of Spokane, except that retail cannabis stores within Airway Heights’ city limits cannot have a storefront on Highway 2.
“They can only locate in a secondary lot or at a 90-degree angle,” Braaten said.
Under the ordinance, retail facilities can be located in general commerci...
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