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Norman residents could see a new coffee shop, a medical cannabis dispensary store and a much-needed traffic light in a busy residential area if the Norman City Council approves these and other requests Tuesday night.

The owner of a marijuana farm and processing facility hopes to expand his operations with a dispensary. Joe Wilson will ask the council to approve a special use permit in the existing I-1 zone for light industrial areas. The address for the facility is 3001 36th Ave. N.W.

Wilson intends to run the dispensary at the same location of the growth and processing facility with a remodel to the northwest corner of the building, the staff report reads. While retail shops are not part of the I-1 zoning, special use permits for dispensaries are listed as a possible special use on council approval. The city’s Planning Commission approved the request 7-1.

A coffee shop may occupy a house at 309 S. Peters Ave. if Jonathan Hunnell receives council approval for his request to amend a land use ordinance.

If granted, his request would amend the Norman 2025

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