San Diego has proposed tighter restrictions on billboards, and loosening the rules on dispensary and production locations. The planning commission takes up the proposals on October 24.
San Diego Union-Tribune
- The proposal would ban weed billboards within 1,000 feet of public parks, schools, playgrounds, day care centers and youth center. Libraries, churches, and residential care facilities had initially been part of the proposed ban, but have been rejected.
- The proposal would also allow dispensaries to be located within 100 feet of housing.
- City reforms also include changing “marijuana” to “cannabis” in codes and documents.