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Public Hearings Scheduled June 26 for Medical Marijuana Proposals

Five businesses have asked council to consider conditional use zoning that would allow them to establish medical marijuana cultivation and processing sites within the city. Public hearings have been scheduled for June 26 in council chambers to accept input from citizens on the rezoning requests. The five possible cultivation and processing site locations include the south side of Harlem Road (Parcel Nos. 6852309 and 6857723); 1956 South Main Street; 1055 Home Avenue; 171 Kelly Avenue; and 1023/1025 South Broadway.

Aqueduct Street: Complete, Livable and Green

Aqueduct Street is one of the first streets in Akron that will be replaced with a "complete, livable and green street" design. Click here to download a flier that explains what constitutes a complete street and how they will save the city money and increase safety for walkers and cyclists.

Upcoming Meetings

Committees meet Monday afternoons in council chambers, 166 South High Street, 3rd floor. Council as a whole meets Mondays at 7 p.m.

26JunCommittee MeetingsTime: Monday, 1:30-4:00 PMLocation: City Hall - 166 South High Street, Akron 44308
26JunCity Council MeetingTime: Monday, 7:00-9:00 PMLocation: City Hall - 166 South High Street, Akron 44308
26JunPublic HearingsTime: Monday, 7:00-9:00 PMLocation: Council Chambers

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