Grandview put to vote: To canna-be or not to canna-be

Grandview Heights took themselves out of the medical marijuana equation but voters will soon have an opportunity to reconsider that.

On the November 6 referendum, residents could reverse the ban placed on dispensaries in April.

City council banned cannabis cultivation and processing in November 2017 which is likely supported by most of the community according to council member Steve Reynolds.

The Dispatch reports some residents support dispensaries, saying they will help people.


Others are concerned about the space they will take up and/or against marijuana altogether.

Per Ohio law, dispensaries were required to be operating by September 8.

Read views from officials about missing the deadline here.

Westerville, Dublin and Upper Arlington all placed outright bans on dispensaries within city limits.


Mark J Suplicki Portraits

$100 Gift Voucher with Booked Session

Facebook = Freebies

We promise to fill your FB feed with lots of free goodies - from free food to concert tickets. Plus you'll stay up-to-date on the most important stuff happenning in the 614. Just click "Like" below!

Follow the bird

Get the daily email!

614NOW Daily: Treat Yo' Inbox!


Missing out sucks. That's why our daily email is so important. You'll be up-to-date on the latest happenings and things to do in Cbus + be the first to snag our daily giveaways