Durango City Council rethinks marijuana grow facility ban

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Durango City Council rethinks marijuana grow facility ban

Cap, excise tax could be part of regulations
Richard Macgregor, master grower at KinFolk Farms, waters marijuana plants Thursday. The Durango City Council is considering allowing marijuana grows within city limits but may put a square-footage cap in place because they are concerned about water consumption.
John Lynch owns KinFolk Farms and runs his business with well water. He said water use varies widely in the marijuana industry based on growing styles. Some grow plants traditionally and others use hydroponic systems.
John Lynch of KinFolk Farms, which operates on the edge of Durango city limits, said marijuana growing has become a highly competitive industry.
KinFolk Farms is a marijuana grow operation located in La Plata County. The Durango City Council and the La Plata County commission are considering an additional excise tax on marijuana.

Durango City Council rethinks marijuana grow facility ban

Richard Macgregor, master grower at KinFolk Farms, waters marijuana plants Thursday. The Durango City Council is considering allowing marijuana grows within city limits but may put a square-footage cap in place because they are concerned about water consumption.
John Lynch owns KinFolk Farms and runs his business with well water. He said water use varies widely in the marijuana industry based on growing styles. Some grow plants traditionally and others use hydroponic systems.
John Lynch of KinFolk Farms, which operates on the edge of Durango city limits, said marijuana growing has become a highly competitive industry.
KinFolk Farms is a marijuana grow operation located in La Plata County. The Durango City Council and the La Plata County commission are considering an additional excise tax on marijuana.
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