The city of Laguna Beach has identified five additional locations that could house medical marijuana dispensaries if voters pass a ballot measure in next month's election.
The five sites are in South Laguna along South Coast Highway between Eagle Rock Way and Fourth Avenue, according to a news release.
Laguna mailed a letter to residents Sept. 28 about Measure KK, a resident-sponsored initiative that would repeal the city's ban on dispensaries.
The letter featured a map with possible dispensary locations throughout the city: Laguna Canyon, downtown, along South Coast Highway and Glenneyre Street between Legion and Diamond streets, and the Aliso Creek Shopping Center across from the Montage resort.
"The map omitted other parts of Laguna Beach, such as the southern portion of the city south of the Montage, and Irvine Cove, because it was believed at that time these areas could not serve as possible locations for medical marijuana dispensaries," the release stated.
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