It was a close run thing, though. Concord City Council, in a 3-2 vote, approved a series of additions to the city’s cannabis ordinance reports Patch.com

Patch reports…

Approved by a split 3-2 council vote, the changes approved Tuesday include new categories of licenses for storefront retail businesses (maximum of three licenses); non-storefront retail establishments (delivery only, no on-site sales, maximum of three licenses); and “microbusinesses,” growers of cannabis on an area less than 10,000 square feet, accompanied by other retail functions.

Other changes made Tuesday night include removing the distinction between medicinal and adult-use (recreational) cannabis uses as included in the city’s allowable cannabis license types; raising the maximum number of cannabis product manufacturing licenses from two to five; and removing limits on the number of testing laboratory licenses available. The previous maximum of testing lab licenses was two.

For more detail on who can do what where go to  https://patch.com/california/concord-ca/cannabis-concord-storefronts-okd-split-council-vote