Cortland Common Council on Tuesday night approved a zoning change, allowing head shops where pot and related products can be sold in the GB-1 (General Business-1) district. The district runs from the I-81 exit along River Street to Port Watson.
Other notes from the council meeting:
- Negotiations with police have their moments. Mayor Scott Steve reported some bumps in the contact talks at last night’s Cortland Common Council meeting.
- Council paid tribute to Deputy Fire Chief Mike TenKate for his work acquiring $4-million in grants for the city, at a matching cost of only $100,000.
- Also announced were plans for a Little Library at the Water Works sometime this spring.
- The city is reviewing suggestions for improvements to Randall Park.
- The Mayor mentioned that it appears redistricting may lead to seven wards, but says redistricting is not settled yet.