Tedd Wetherbee, left, and business partner Mike Henery stand Jan. 12 inside The Gallery, a retail marijuana store they own on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. The business is in violation of current Pierce County code, which requires a recreational marijuana business to have a conditional use permit; to get a permit, a business owner must show marijuana is no longer listed as a controlled substance under federal law.
Tedd Wetherbee, left, and business partner Mike Henery stand Jan. 12 inside The Gallery, a retail marijuana store they own on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. The business is in violation of current Pierce County code, which requires a recreational marijuana business to have a conditional use permit; to get a permit, a business owner must show marijuana is no longer listed as a controlled substance under federal law. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Tedd Wetherbee, left, and business partner Mike Henery stand Jan. 12 inside The Gallery, a retail marijuana store they own on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. The business is in violation of current Pierce County code, which requires a recreational marijuana business to have a conditional use permit; to get a permit, a business owner must show marijuana is no longer listed as a controlled substance under federal law. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Recreational pot shop denied permit to operate in Pierce County

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