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City of Oakland Denies Pot Dispensary Proposed Near High Street Bridge

The City of Alameda alerted the media today that an application for a cannabis dispensary proposed in the City of Oakland at 4709 Tidewater Avenue, near the High Street bridge in Alameda’s East end, was denied.

The location set off alarm bells with some Alameda residents, who objected to the club’s proximity to Alameda.

Alameda Deputy City Manager Alex Nguyen noted that while the location was not approved, the applicants, not named, received a permit to open a dispensary, and they now have four months to find an approved location.

In any event, medical marijuana users in Alameda might still avail themselves of collectives offering delivery services.


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Both Mr. Nguyen, and his boss, Alameda City Manager John Russo, worked previously in the Oakland City attorney’s office.

1 comment to City of Oakland Denies Pot Dispensary Proposed Near High Street Bridge

  • Karen

    People need to get over themselves. Why don’t these same people object to all the crappy liquor stores all over the island?

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