— Most of the two dozen residents who gave feedback about medical marijuana told city leaders they don’t want to see it in any form.
Right now, Beavercreek law allows for dispensaries, cultivation and processing sites. No one has applied for a license in Beavercreek, and the deadline is Friday.
“The issue is will you be able to sell your house?” Denise Buell said. “And the next question may not be for it, if you have a cultivation facility right down the street you may have difficulty selling it, so why bother even buying there?”
Not everyone was against it, including Beavercreek resident Mary Lou Hopun, who said she suffers from a chronic illness.
“There’s no discussion being held here about the science of medical marijuana and how it’s not addictive, and