The Pleasant Hill City Council will on Monday night consider a proposed ordinance that would adjust zoning to allow two medical cannabis business to set up shop in the city, and would prohibit other marijuana-related businesses from operating locally. 

The proposed amendment would prohibit any sales of recreational-use cannabis, any non-storefront cannabis-related businesses within the city, and dictates medical retail businesses be allowed in specific zoned districts. Cannabis delivery originating from a retailer outside of Pleasant Hill would be allowed. 

As have many other Bay Area cities, Pleasant Hill – in December 2017 — adopted a temporary moratorium on all commercial cannabis uses, except deliveries originating from outside the city. The moratorium has been extended twice, largely to give the city time to craft a local ordinance as state law was still evolving. That moratorium will expire Dec. 4, and no further extensions are permitted. 

Monday’s Pleasant Hill City Council meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers at City Hall, 100 Gregory Lane. 

Source:  https://www.sfgate.com/news/bayarea/article/City-Council-To-Consider-Cannabis-Ordinance-13820251.php