We were just informed by a concerned citizen that the Glocester Town Council passed an ordinance last month that prohibits caregiver grows, co-ops and any potential compassion center. Patients may still continue to grow 12 mature plants and 12 seedlings but they are required to obtain zoning certificates from the town and are subject to inspections. Among other requirements, the grow space must have two exits and be more that 10 feet from heating source. Cut and paste the following into your browser for the text of the ordinance and the minutes from public hearing: http://ecode360.com/documents/GL2062/source/LF952390.pdf https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#sent/15ba5affb77f8227?projector=1
If you are a patient or caregiver who is growing in Gloster and would be interested in being a plaintiff in a law suit, please email joanne@RIpatients.org or call the ACLU 401.831.7171. Confidentiality assured.