The Sapulpa Planning Commission asks the question, “how many Medical Marijuana facilities does Sapulpa need?”
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A few entities voiced their complaints in writing about the proposed operation, however, none appeared to speak at the meeting.
Last Tuesday evening’s Sapulpa Planning Commission (SPC) meeting included planned housing developments, a look at expanding a church’s parking lot, and a medical marijuana processing facility.
Work to continue for one year, then become an industrial park.
Parts of the Kante Group building are being renovated into apartments; plus, Sapulpa might be losing its La Margarita restaurant—at least temporarily.
Widdoes said, “We have less dispensaries per capita than any other community our size.”
The 2.5 acre tract will be transformed into a food truck park with an area for eating and visiting with benches and gazebos, a dog park, life-sized shuffleboard and chess games, and more.
This week’s Planning Commission meeting involved a new QuikTrip store, and several medical marijuana facilities. Get the details inside.
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