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By Dan Rudy 

Wrangell P&Z opens mind to local pot possibilities


WRANGELL — Wrangell’s Planning and Zoning Commission took a first look at what it would take for a licensed marijuana operator to set up shop on the island.

As summarized by Alaska’s Alcohol & Marijuana Control Office director Cynthia Franklin during a presentation made in Wrangell on March 1, where retail, growing, production and testing facilities are allowable within the state depends in part on a community’s zoning regulations.

Unlike liquor licensing, marijuana licenses will not be limited in number. It will be up to community governments to decide whether or not they wish to p...

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