• Washington County, CO installs moratorium on retail applications until regulations are completed

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    Washington County, CO installs moratorium on retail applications until regulations are completed. ”The Board of Washington County Commissioners adopted a Resolution “Declaring a Moratorium on the Applications for Any and All Permitted Activity” relating to Amendment 64. The moratorium further states, “The Board of County Commissioners finds that the State is currently undertaking rule making activities and promulgating regulations as required for implementation of Amendment 64, and thus until such regulations and/or ultimate statutes are approved, this Board cannot regulate any activity for which Amendment 64 would allow and it is impossible to promulgate zoning regulations under these circumstances.” The Board’s action creates a moratorium period declared from 12:00 a.m., January 1, 2013, to 12:00 a.m., June 29, 2013, or until further action of this Board ending or modifying this moratorium, whichever occurs first.”

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