Sign-spinner Andy Borst works to attract customers last year to The Gallery, right, a retail marijuana business on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. Unincorporated Pierce County voters said no to pot businesses Tuesday, setting the stage for the Pierce County Council to consider reinstating a ban on such businesses due to expire July 1.
Sign-spinner Andy Borst works to attract customers last year to The Gallery, right, a retail marijuana business on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. Unincorporated Pierce County voters said no to pot businesses Tuesday, setting the stage for the Pierce County Council to consider reinstating a ban on such businesses due to expire July 1. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015
Sign-spinner Andy Borst works to attract customers last year to The Gallery, right, a retail marijuana business on Pacific Avenue South in Parkland. Unincorporated Pierce County voters said no to pot businesses Tuesday, setting the stage for the Pierce County Council to consider reinstating a ban on such businesses due to expire July 1. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015

Rural Pierce County voters say no to pot businesses

April 26, 2016 9:15 PM

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