Tedd Wetherbee and Michael Henery opened The Gallery at 21802 Mountain Highway E. near Elk Plain in February. They filed a lawsuit against Pierce County in January alleging Pierce County violated their rights when the County Council approved an ordinance prohibiting marijuana sales within 1,000 feet of a section of state Route 7 that is designated as a scenic and recreational highway. The lawsuit was settled Aug. 1. The Gallery can remain open, according to the agreement.
Tedd Wetherbee and Michael Henery opened The Gallery at 21802 Mountain Highway E. near Elk Plain in February. They filed a lawsuit against Pierce County in January alleging Pierce County violated their rights when the County Council approved an ordinance prohibiting marijuana sales within 1,000 feet of a section of state Route 7 that is designated as a scenic and recreational highway. The lawsuit was settled Aug. 1. The Gallery can remain open, according to the agreement. Drew Perine Staff photographer
Tedd Wetherbee and Michael Henery opened The Gallery at 21802 Mountain Highway E. near Elk Plain in February. They filed a lawsuit against Pierce County in January alleging Pierce County violated their rights when the County Council approved an ordinance prohibiting marijuana sales within 1,000 feet of a section of state Route 7 that is designated as a scenic and recreational highway. The lawsuit was settled Aug. 1. The Gallery can remain open, according to the agreement. Drew Perine Staff photographer

Mountain Highway not so ‘scenic’ after all; marijuana store can remain

August 02, 2016 12:37 PM

UPDATED August 03, 2016 11:58 AM

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