While much improved over the Montero or Boigon Amendments, the Brown/Nevitt ordinance still has issues.
Sec 24-508(c) expands the MMCs map making requirements
Sect 24-508(c) while having a "grandfather" clauses for pre-July 2010 business, appears to limit those "outs" to those business where the original applicant for the licensing is still part of the business.
This section seems to conflict with section 24-511(b) where the grandfather appears to run with the property not the person.
There is continued confusion over the impact of banning MMCs from MS-2X and MX-2X properties. Better check your zoning.
Sec 24-508(d) bans deliveries from MMCs, even to home bound patients.
All in all, despite promises from the City Council that they are trying to treat the medical MMJ industry just like any other, they keep creating rules that treat this industry differently.