Lake Elsinore City Council approves new dispensary owned by casino owner

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Lake Elsinore City Council at its Dec. 10 meeting approved an application from one of the owners of the Lake Elsinore Casino for a development agreement and a conditional use permit to open a new cannabis facility in the city. The planning commission unanimously approved the application from Ted Kingston at a meeting Dec. 3, sending it to the city council for a final vote. The proposed 12,411-square-foot facility is planned to include about 6,000 square feet for cultivation, almost 4,000 square feet for storage, an approximately 1,400-square-foot dispensary, a 411-square-foot manufacturing area, 370 square feet for distribution and 241 square feet of office space, Assistant Community Development Director Justin Kirk told the council, reading from a staff report. The facility will be
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