Council passes marijuana regulations, harbor fees

Marijuana. (Photo courtesy of Dank Depot / Flickr)

Kayla Desroches/KMXT

The Kodiak City Council passed the city’s local regulations for marijuana business and cultivation last night.

The ordinance reflects recommendations from the city council’s marijuana advisory committee, which helped form what commercial marijuana would look like within city limits. The ordinance passed in its second reading without comment from the public.

Also at the regular meeting, the council passed city harbor fees. That includes the charge for the new public-use crane on Oscar’s dock. Fishermen receive training on how to use the crane to offload their vessels, and it’s accessible through a key card with a fee of $25 per 15 minutes.

The council’s next work session is scheduled for July 10 and its next regular meeting for July 12.

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