Daily Miner: “After a lengthy discussion and a few comments from the public, the city of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission agreed on a set of zoning ordinances for medical marijuana dispensaries Tuesday evening.”
Kingman Daily Miner: “Commissioners vote to send most restrictive zoning alternative to Council. People interested in opening a medical marijuana dispensary within the city limit may be facing some strict guidelines. The city of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission recommended adopting the most stringent out of three possible zoning recommendations for the dispensaries Tuesday night.”
Kingman Daily Miner: Kingman, Arizona, “City zoners will look at proposals Tuesday for cultivating, dispensing pot. The commission will be presented with three alternatives ranging from most to least restrictive that it may alter as it sees fit prior to issuing its recommendation. . . . Alternative 1, the most restrictive of the three, would allow for the cultivation of marijuana in the Rural Residential zoning district only and at least 2,500 feet from any alternative residential zoning, with dispensing allowed only in the I-2: Heavy Industrial zoning district. Any such dispensing facility would be limited to just a single, permanent structure no larger than 100 square feet, and sales of marijuana could only take place between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.