The ordinance prohibiting only recreational cannabis dispensaries received final approval by O’Fallon City Council Monday night with a vote of nine to five. The ordinance does not include language regarding ancillary cannabis businesses (this would include a cultivation center, craft grower, processing organization, infuser organization or transporting organization), thus allowing those types of businesses pursuant to the State of Illinois Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.
O’FALLON- O’Fallon city staff updated the Finance & Administration Committee Monday night on revenue projections due to COVID-19, with current revenues coming in higher than staff estimated in April.
O’FALLON- Prohibition of only recreational cannabis dispensaries in the city of O’Fallon has been approved on first reading by the city council Monday night. Ordinances require two readings to become effective.
The O’Fallon Community Development Committee opened up discussion regarding adult-use cannabis business establishments within city limits Monday night.
Monday’s O’Fallon City Council meeting had minimal items requiring action, with council approving two public works projects and the final plat for two subdivision projects.
More than $109 million of marijuana products were purchased in Illinois in the first three months of legalization, and the third month of sales was on par with the first two despite a stay-at-home order being in place for 11 days in March.