The black businessmen say opposition in the heavily Hispanic Westwood neighborhood was motivated “at least in part by racial discrimination.”
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A Super Farm employee ultimately called a tip line with concerns the company might still try to sell cannabis that had been “blackened like charcoal.”
The seller was originally just trying to lease the property.
Eight residents sued to stop a Silver Stem location at 2331 E. Ohio Ave., near Bonnie Brae Ice Cream.
The Brighton City Council by resolution Tuesday night asked city staff to prepare an ordinance permitting the sale of medical and recreational marijuana in the city.
The city will have a maximum of four marijuana dispensaries.
Colorado Harvest Co. at 1568 S. Broadway was one of the city’s first recreational dispensaries.
The locals say a proposed Silver Stem Fine Cannabis location “will negatively impact their neighborhood.”
Silver Stem Fine Cannabis received approval from Excise and Licenses to open at 2331 E. Ohio Ave. despite objections from some neighbors.
Peter Niederman, who sold his brokerage to Berkshire Hathaway, has been buying domains since the 1990s. He sold LosAngeles.com for three times what he paid.