Tracey Schaal, executive director of the Power Inn Alliance, urged Sacramento City Council members to act slowly and cautiously before sanctioning marijuana cultivation. She said other business owners are concerned that “these facilities can lead to increased crime and blight.”
Tracey Schaal, executive director of the Power Inn Alliance, urged Sacramento City Council members to act slowly and cautiously before sanctioning marijuana cultivation. She said other business owners are concerned that “these facilities can lead to increased crime and blight.” José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Tracey Schaal, executive director of the Power Inn Alliance, urged Sacramento City Council members to act slowly and cautiously before sanctioning marijuana cultivation. She said other business owners are concerned that “these facilities can lead to increased crime and blight.” José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Sacramento cautiously eyes commercial marijuana cultivation

February 01, 2016 08:49 PM

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