Otero County approves cannabis ordinance

Alamogordo Daily News reports…

The Otero County Commission unanimously approved an amended Cannabis Ordinance May 5 following a public comment meeting.

The amended ordinance struck wording which would have restricted hours of operation for cannabis businesses to between 7 a.m. and 12 a.m. during weekdays.

Also removed from the ordinance language were sections guiding use of nonfeminized seeds.

Female cannabis seeds yield buds that are rich in cannabinoids and only yield female cannabis seeds. Non-feminized or male seeds yield about half female plants and half male plants and are generally used for cannabis breeding programs, according to medical marijuana resource website WayofLeaf.com.

Cannabis industry insiders offered input on the ordinance while a few voiced opposition to any cannabis industry presence in Otero County.

Read more at    https://www.alamogordonews.com/story/community/2022/05/11/otero-county-approves-cannabis-ordinance/9614011002/

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