State lawmakers will join other local and state officials at a symposium called “Medical Marijuana and the Impacts to the City,” to be hosted by the city of Beavercreek.
The free, two-hour event is open to the public and set to happen from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Lofino Center, 3868 Dayton Xenia Road, according to a release from the city.
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Beavercreek City Manager Pete Landrum will provide an update on the status of applications filed with the state for a medical marijuana business in the city, as well as provide information about zoning limitations and the city’s moratorium on medical marijuana that is set to expire in June, according to the release.
Topics to be covered include details of Ohio’s medical marijuana legislation and key issues that could affect businesses, workers, families and children, according to the release.
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Medical marijuana is expected to be available throughout the state by September, and state officials