Notice of Proceedings in Response to the Petition of Kittitas County

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Notice of Proceedings in Response to the Petition of Kittitas County for a Declaratory Order

This notice is to allow interested persons to comment on statements of law and fact on whether the WSLCB must comply with local zoning requirements and only issue a marijuana license when the application or location is allowed by local zoning by a city, town, or county. Please see the attached notice for additional information. If you wish to comment on this, submit your statements of law and fact by April 6, 2017, to:

Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board

ATTN: Kevin McCarroll

3000 Pacific Ave. SE

PO Box 43076

Olympia, WA 98504-3076.

Alternatively, responses may be submitted to [email protected] This email address is temporary and will not accept submissions after 5:00 p.m. on April 6, 2017.

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