Article Source: Robert Riechel
The following questions were requested to be posted on the City of San Bruno CA's web page under Public Comments for the June 29 2020 Council Meeting.
As the current San Bruno City Council discusses and considers the question of putting a Cannabis Tax on the upcoming November 2020 ballot, and
Assuming that this tax passes and the current Council would then be able to make decisions on Cannabis in the City of San Bruno (without a vote of the residents)
Mayor Rico Medina,
Vice Mayor Michael Salazar,
Councilman Marty Medina,
Councilwoman Laura Davis, and
Councilwoman Linda Mason
How would you vote?
activities of Cannabis would you approve for San Bruno, distribution,
cultivation, dispensary, research, delivery, other?
2. IF you
approve any of the above activities, WHERE would you authorize each in the City
of San Bruno?
MANY of each of the above activities would you approve?
4. HOW OFTEN and what type of reporting would you require?
I would hope residents will ask each of the candidates running for election / re-election as Mayor and Council members on the November election these same questions.
SAN BRUNO CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
June 29, 2020
Zoom Meeting Details:
Webinar or Meeting ID: 997 6702 4216 (audio only)
Participant ID: #
Webinar or Meeting Password: 868828
Zoom Phone Line: 1-669-900-9128 (same webinar ID and password as above)
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1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
Individuals allowed three minutes. It is the Council's policy to refer matters raised in this forum to staff for investigation and/or action where appropriate. The Brown Act prohibits the Council from discussing or acting upon any matter not agendized pursuant to State Law.
4. STUDY SESSION
a. Provide Direction Regarding a Resolution Submitting a Cannabis Business Tax Measure to the Voters at the November 3, 2020 Election.