Medical Marijuana: Pinal County Wellness Center one step closer to final approval in Dudleyville

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According to the submitted application, there are 73 medical marijuana authorization cards in the Community Health Action Area (CHAA) #94 as of August 13, 2012. The CHAA area will serve Dudleyville, San Manuel, Oracle as well as other surrounding communities. (Zachary Richter Photo)

By Mila Besich-Lira

The Pinal County Board of Supervisors will be meeting on March 27 at 9 am and will have a hearing regarding a Special Use Permit to operate the Pinal County Wellness Center which will be a medical marijuana dispensary in Duddleyville.

The permit has already been approved by Pinal County Planning and Zoning and will need approval by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors to move forward for development. The application has been submitted by Paul Shaub and Glenn Wilt, who is the land owner for this facility.

A public notice placed in the Copper Basin News by Pinal County suggests that local residents help to inform other residents who may not see the notice of the upcoming hearing.

For more information on the permit or hearing you can view the application online at: http://1.usa.gov/14paCrs.

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