Bellevue approves interim zoning for recreational pot businesses

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pot1BELLEVUE — The Bellevue City Council has approved interim zoning for recreational pot businesses, limiting production and processing to light industrial areas and stores to where former state liquor stores were located, the Seattle Times reported Tuesday.

The Bellevue City Council voted 5-1 on the issue Monday night.

The Washington State Liquor Control Board has allocated four retail pot store licenses for Bellevue, the Times noted. Sales are expected to begin by next summer.



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