Amid a growing debate about the location of medical marijuana collectives in Richmond, the City Council plans to hold talks on expanding zones where dispensaries are allowed to operate.
The Richmond City Council approved a permit Tuesday night to allow a marijuana dispensary to move from its current location near Hilltop Mall to a largely abandoned street on Bissell Avenue, less than one block...
In the chambers of the City Council, there are rules. There are procedures to be followed – motions, amendments, voting, establishing a quorum. These are Rosenberg’s Rules of Order, a simplified version of parliamentary procedure...
Richmond residents grilled Berkeley designer David Early about his firm's recommendations for developing Point Molate.
Richmond voters passed two of three measures on Tuesday's ballot.
Richmond voters will decide whether to collect a new tax on medical marijuana.
The council passed an ordinance Tuesday allowing three local marijuana dispensaries.
Assistant City Attorney Mary Renfro presented the newest draft of the city's proposed pot law Tuesday to representatives of neighborhood councils. City Council will vote on the law next week.
Despite pleas from the owners and patrons of Richmond’s medical marijuana dispensaries, the city council decided Monday during a special, closed session to continue with court cases aimed at shutting down the city’s pot clubs....
City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to undo many of the revisions it made last week to its new medical marijuana ordinance, and also approved a November ballot measure to tax all pot sales.
On Tuesday, Richmond's City Council will weigh whether to follow Oakland's lead in allowing, regulating and taxing large-scale medical marijuana growers within city limits.
During a marathon session Tuesday night, Richmond's City Council voted 4-3 to adopt a medical marijuana ordinance that will not cap the number of dispensaries allowed within the city limits.
Despite its own resolution banning doing business with companies in Arizona, Richmond City Council on Tuesday approved a $84,000 purchase of Tasers from an Arizona vendor during a wide-ranging council meeting.