Pot clinic objects to business restrictions

Posted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

GRANTS PASS, Ore. - A medical marijuana clinic in the Southern Oregon city of Rogue River is complaining restrictions imposed by the city are making them invisible to the public.

The Grants Pass Daily Courier reports that clinic owner Sheryl Rabitoy has filed notice she will ask the state Land Use Board of Appeals to overturn them.

Those restrictions include changing the name of the clinic from the Herbal Pain Management Center to the Herb Shop, displaying nothing that suggests marijuana, and walling off the clinic from an adjoining cafe and clothing store.

City Administrator Mark Reagles says he finds the appeal odd, because Rabitoy agreed to the restrictions.

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