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Self-Storage Owner Denied Conditional-Use Permit to Rent Units to Grow Medical Marijuana

A hearing examiner in Sedro-Woolely, Wash., has denied a conditional-use permit to a self-storage owner who wants to rent units for the growth of medical marijuana.

December 26, 2011

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Self-Storage Owner Denied Conditional-Use Permit to Rent Units to Grow Medical Marijuana

A hearing examiner in Sedro-Woolely, Wash., has denied a conditional-use permit to a self-storage owner who wants to rent units for the growth of medical marijuana.

Thomas Swett has been renting self-storage units to individual medical marijuana growers for more than a year. He recently applied for the conditional-use permit so that he can convert more of the facilitys storage spaces into grow rooms.

Donald Largen, Sedro-Woolleys hearing examiner, denied Swetts application, saying it didnt meet the permit criteria. Swett has until Jan. 6 to appeal the ruling.

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