SPRINGERVILLE — Two marijuana dispensaries were denied conditional use permits at an overflow public meeting on Nov. 8 of the Springerville Planning and Zoning Commission.

The 3 p.m. hearing coincided with Election Day, and the commissioners were questioned immediately about that timing.

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CBasan

I'm assuming the title of this story is a mistake

Strummer

There is no such thing as being born addicted to pot. If someone in Springerville wants pot they already have it.

guest235

Springerville is not exactly bursting with successful, tax-revenue-generating stores. With the power plant closing in 2034, I would think leaders would want as much revenue as possible.

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