Please be advised that the City Commission and Planning Commission of Piqua will be conducting a work session to learn about and discuss the topic of medical marijuana dispensaries. This meeting will be conducted on Wednesday, June 17th at 6:00 PM, using a video conferencing application called Zoom. This can be downloaded from your app store or be accessed through your browser at Zoom.us
Board members, staff members, and agenda item applicants will attend the meeting using Zoom and will have live audio and video feeds.
All others wishing to attend may do so via phone or computer in listen-only mode. Those who wish to attend must submit a request for meeting access information via email by noon on the date of the meeting. Request for meeting access may be submitted via email to Bethany Harp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents may also submit public comment on an item until noon on the day of the meeting by emailing Bethany Harp at email@example.com. Public comments submitted by the date/time noted will be presented to the Commissioners at the public hearing proceedings.
The full agenda for this meeting is enclosed, below.
Please contact this office if you have any questions pertaining to this notice.
PIQUA CITY AND PLANNING COMMISSION WORK SESSION
AGENDA CITY OF PIQUA, OHIO
6:00 P.M. – WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 2020
ZOOM-BASED VIDEO CONFERENCE
1. Roll Call
2. Kyrsten French, City Planner, gives direction on Zoom discussion procedures.
3. City Commissioner Fogt provides background to what spurred this renewed discussion.
4. Planning Commission Chair provides background on what led to the recommendation in 2017 that medical marijuana dispensaries be prohibited through the zoning code.
5. State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy Representatives, Sharon Maerten-Moore, Justin Sheridan and Jesse Wimberly provide information on current state of medical marijuana in Ohio.
6. Dr. Jim Burkhart provides insight and any recommendations to the Commission members.
7. Kyrsten French, City Planner, provides zoning recommendations.
8. General discussion for all City and Planning Commissioners.
9. Public comment.
10. CC and PC members provide staff with a recommendation.