Sioux Falls City Council caps medical marijuana dispensaries at 5

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UPDATED at 8:55:

The city council passed a medical marijuana licensing ordinance that caps medical dispensaries in the city at 5.

KELOLAND’s Dan Santella will have more info on the ordinance later Tuesday night on KELOLAND News at 10.


UPDATED at 7:50:

The Sioux Falls City Council on Tuesday night approved zoning for medical marijuana dispensaries by 6-2 vote. The dispensaries have to be 500 feet away from parks, daycares, churches, attached dwellings, detached dwellings and museums. The dispensaries have to be 1000 feet from schools.


SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — The Sioux Falls City Council will hear a second reading of two ordinances dealing with medical marijuana licensing and zoning in the city at the Tuesday evening meeting.

One ordinance includes a limit of five medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. The other says dispensaries must be 1,000 feet away from ‘sensitive land uses’ like schools, churches and day cares.

KELOLAND’s Dan Santella will bring you updates from the City Council meeting tonight on KELOLAND News at 10.

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