There might actually be some positive steps forward with the latest draft of the Brown/Nevitt bill.
Sec 24-502(1) Gives a clear definition of "alcohol and drug treatment facility", now get measuring.
Sec 24-503(f) Indicates the councils intent not to regulate primary care-givers with this ordinance.
Sec 24-507 (d) says the city doesn't have to do a background check if the state already has.
The key being the fact that a lot of the unnecessary restrictions that were present in the Montero Amendments and Boigon Amendments are no longer present.
Please also read the "Bad Things?" post.