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Cannabis Licensing and Advisory Board Meeting

CITY OF BOULDER
CANNABIS LICENSING AND ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2020
3:00 PM
VIRTUAL HEARING DURING CITY EMERGENCY CLOSURE
VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINK 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO HEARING FOR ACCESS:
https://bouldercolorado.gov/boards-commissions/marijuana-advisorylicensing-board
ANNOTATED AGENDA
MISSION STATEMENT
To promote the Boulder community's interests and values in the local regulation of marijuana, while considering the downstream consequences of such regulations on the community and on public health and safety and while supporting economic development and congruence between local ordinances and state laws.
1. Agenda Item:
i. Instructions for Virtual Meeting and Rules of Decorum;
ii. Member roll call;
iii. Swearing in of Vice Chair Kunstman as Chairperson;
iv. Discussion and Subsequent Election of new Vice Chairperson;
a. Discussion for Council’s plan to appointment ex-officio members and new board members
v. Approval of Cannabis Licensing and Advisory Board meeting minutes from September 8, 2020;
vi. Approval of Cannabis Licensing and Advisory Board meeting minutes from October 5, 2020
2. City of Boulder Housing and Human Services staff available to answer questions regarding the SEA Grant
a. Memo from Elizabeth Crowe, Human Services Investment Manager from the City of Boulder’s Housing and Human Services Department, summarizing SEA Grant Program and use of marijuana tax proceeds dedicated to education.
3. City Council – three questions and board members to present on January 12, 2021 Council Meeting
4. Continued CLAB discussion of 7 topics:
i. Hemp consumable products allowed in MMB and RMB dispensaries;
ii. Cannabis Penalty Guidelines – CLAB Discussed on October 5
iii. Public Messaging – CLAB discussed on October 5th and SEA grant information supplied for November meeting;
iv. Curbside Pick Up after Expiration of Emergency Order
v. Delivery of Recreational Marijuana to Customers
vi. Hospitality Establishments
vii. Density Restrictions
viii. Possible Additional Topic – addition of Water Extract Rooms to Medical Grows
5. Policy Suggestion Forms and Written Public Comment Received for November CLAB Meeting:
i. 2020 September RM High Intensity Drug Task Force Summary Report from Officer Bostrack;
ii. ASHRAE air quality standards on secondhand smoke from Gretchen Smith with Boulder County
Health;
iii. Policy Suggestion form on Grandfathering dated October 19, 2020 from Jeff Gard
iv. Nature article from Officer Rebecca Bostrack dated October 6, 2020
6. General Public Comments for the Board
a. Public Comments will be limited to 3 minutes per speaker
7. Matters from the Senior Counsel
8. Matters from the Regulatory Licensing Office
9. Matters from the Chair and Members of the Board
i. Members Kuntsman & Keegan – “Associations between Prenatal Cannabis Exposure and Childhood
Outcomes” article supplied on October 2, 2020;
ii. Member Malone- “Aurora Eyes Marijuana Hospitality, Aims for Delivery by January”, Westword article
supplied on October 22, 2020.
a. 3.0 Commentary document supplied by Robin Peterson with City of Aurora on
10/27/2020
b. 4.0 Commentary document supplied by Robin Peterson with City of Aurora on
10/27/2020
Adjournment
For information, call (303) 441-4192. Any written comments, petitions or remonstrances pertaining to the above may
be mailed to the City of Boulder Finance Department, Regulatory Licensing Division, Brenton Building, 1136 Alpine
Avenue, Boulder, Colorado, 80304 or via email to [email protected] , not later than 48 hours
prior to the meeting so that materials may be electronically distributed to board members.
It is the City of Boulder’s practice to provide more notice than is required by law whenever possible. However, this
practice shall not be used to invalidate any action taken with the minimum notice required by state law.