Council's First Lame Duck Session Today

LA MESA -- Because of Tuesday's Veterans Day holiday, the City Council meets Wednesday at 4 p.m. for the first of the lame duck sessions following last Tuesday's elections.
The meeting agenda is fairly routine, but the transition from long-sitting Mayor Art Madrid to the new mayor Mark Arapostathis and two new members begins with this session.
Council member Ernie Ewin, who is leaving the council at year's end, continues on this agenda his series of items meant to get on the record issues he wants to keep front and center as he gives up the mantle.
Among Ewin's parting concerns are handling the marijuana dispensaries that opened illegally in the last few months as the city was considering the dispensary proposition -- which was soundly defeated by the voters. Ewin also wants to revisit facts about trolley security, merchant impacts of the streetscape project and the impact of the passage of term limits and reclassification of the City Clerk position.
The meeting begins at 4 p.m. in the Council Chambers on Allison Avenue.

CLICK HERE for the full agenda.

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Comment by Kristine Christensen Alessio on November 13, 2014 at 8:16am

One is at 7640 University Avenue, another is at 7339 El Cajon Blvd., and the third is at 7317 El Cajon Blvd.  Haven't been in and don't know if they sell brownies.  They are not obvious to a passerby, it was their advertisements in the Reader that led to them being reported to the City.  

Comment by Jimmy Sanders on November 12, 2014 at 1:33pm

There are marijuana dispensaries that opened illegally in La Mesa in the last few months? Where are they? Do they sell brownies?

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