29-Acre Calif. Pot Mall Plan Draws Controversy

The new development sits along one of California’s busiest traffic corridors

An abandoned outlet mall could soon be a new 29-acre “cannabis super center” in the middle of California’s Mojave Desert.

The Barstow City Council voted 3-1 to approve the project at a contentious Dec. 21 meeting that lasted nearly five hours. The development needs to earn a second council vote next month before it is fully approved.

The new development sits along one of California’s busiest traffic corridors, located about halfway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. A cannabis real estate firm was marketing the “cannabis super center” as “the most unique green zone property in the entire country” earlier last year, according to Victorville’s Daily Press newspaper. 

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