The Lake Elsinore City Council, with one member absent, approved the application and plans for a new 5-acre industrial park and three cannabis facilities during their regular Tuesday, April 28, council meeting.
The meeting was held in the closed council chambers following the guidelines of the COVID-19 pandemic order made by the county health department to keep social distance and avoid meetings with over 10 people present. Voice communications were open to the public on a designated phone line or online chat.
With Councilmember Steve Manos absent from the closed meeting the council heard the presentation of a new industrial park located at the southeasterly corner of Chaney Street and Minthorn Street in the city.
Developer Ron Oshita filed the application for the new center calle