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Office of Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske Survey


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The City Council enacted an ordinance to regulate and allow medical marijuana collectives to operate in the City and to provide medical marijuana to members of these collectives under the voter approved initiative allowing medical marijuana. No collective has been given a permit or license by the City to date. Three councilpersons: Gerrie Schipske, Pat O'Donnell and Gary DeLong have introduced legislation to tighten up the regulation of these collectives BEFORE they open for business. Please read the questions below and let me know your thoughts on this issue.
1Required Please enter the information indicated below.
 
AnswerNumber of
Responses
First Name 1020
Last Name 1020
Email Address 1020
Postal Code 1020

   
2Required Please indicate the Council District in which you reside.
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
First
   
29 2.8%
Second
   
96 9.4%
Third
   
205 20.0%
Fourth
   
72 7.0%
Fifth
   
510 50.0%
Sixth
   
16 1.5%
Seventh
   
38 3.7%
Eight
   
41 4.0%
Ninth
   
13 1.2%
No Responses
 
00.0%
 Totals1020100%
3Should the existing ordinance allowing medical marijuana collectives be changed to prohibit these collectives from operating within 1,000 feet of parks, libraries and day care centers in addition to schools?
 
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Yes
   
429 41.7%
No
   
556 54.1%
No opinion
   
26 2.5%
 Totals1027100%

4The current City ordinance concerning medical marijuana collectives requires that they grow the marijuana being given to their clients within the city limits. This was recommended by the Chief of Police as a way of limiting the trafficking of marijuana from out of the area. The current ordinance allows growing in retail zoned areas. Should the ordinance be changed to require that growing marijuana can only be done in industrial zones?
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Yes
   
327 31.7%
No
   
610 59.2%
No opinion
   
84 8.1%
 Totals1030100%

5Would you support a ballot measure prohibiting ALL medical marijuana collectives in the City of Long Beach consistent with the cities of Lakewood and Signal Hill?
 
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Yes
   
310 30.1%
No
   
667 64.8%
No opinion
   
37 3.5%
 Totals1028100%

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