The Yakima Planning Commission Voted In Favor Of A 1,000 Foot Buffer For Marijuana-related Businesses.

The Yakima Planning Commission voted in favor of a 1,000 foot buffer for marijuana-related Medical marijuana businesses. (MASON TRINCA/Yakima Herald-Republic) Yakima Planning Commission votes on 1,000-foot buffer for marijuana businesses Buy Now Teresa Crawford This map from the City of Yakima shows where marijuana businesses could be zoned if a 1,000 foot buffer fromschools, playgrounds, parks and other similar facilities was required. Buy Now City of Yakima Planning Commission members listen to Peter Marinace, far left, during a public hearing at the City Hall Council Chambers in Yakima, Wash. on Thursday, June 16, 2016. The Yakima Planning Commission voted in favor of a 1,000 foot buffer for marijuana-related businesses. (MASON TRINCA/Yakima Herald-Republic) Buy Now Bob Whitney, volunteer coordinator at Madison House, looks at the proposed 500-foot zoning map outside the City Hall Coucil Chambers in Yakima, Wash. Thursday, June 16, 2016. The Yakima Planning Commission voted in favor of a 1,000 foot buffer for marijuana-related businesses. (MASON TRINCA/Yakima Herald-Republic) Recreational marijuana stores in Yakima will need to be at least 1,000 feet from schools, playgrounds and other protected places under a recommendation expected to be presented to the City Council.

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