City planners forward recommendation on marijuana deliveries
BULLHEAD CITY — Planning and Zoning commissioners voted 4 to 2 to forward a recommendation to City Council to allow, with stipulations, home delivery of medical marijuana.
Commissioners discussed at length a code amendment request to expand operating hours to 24/7 and allow deliveries made by Debbie’s Dispensary before voting on a motion to recommend delivery hours be restricted to the storefront hours of the dispensary, along with stipulations that deliveries are made based on medical, physical or transportation issues.
“The (delivery hours) choice is left up to the owners and then too, whatever the market will bear,” said Commissioner Mary Schramm.
City staff will craft language for the code amendment consistent with the discussion and the motion passed, which will be forwarded to City Council for their review.
Commissioners also voted to approve a commercial zoning change request from C1 to C3, at 2910 Highway 95. The change will allow all C1 and C2 use and permit a storage yard for cars, recreational vehicles and boats under C3, which matches the zoning of contiguous properties.
Also granted by commissioners was a request to approve a conditional use permit to allow the continued use of two off-premise signs to advertise North Fork at Laughlin Ranch.