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Sturgeon Bay marijuana ordinance change moves to full common council

A proposed ordinance change to eliminate fines for marijuana use on private property is on its way to the Sturgeon Bay Common Council.  The city's Community Protection and Services Committee voted 3-0 to approve and forward the proposal.  Common Council member Seth Wiederanders, the proposal's sponsor, says some clarifications are still needed as to what defines private property.

 

 

Wiederanders hopes the proposal revising the fines for marijuana use on private property will appear on the common council's July 16th meeting agenda. 

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