Dec 10, 2013 10:52 PM by Jennifer Horbelt

Manitou votes unanimously to keep pot sales moratorium in place

MANITOU SPRINGS, CO- A decision, not to make a decision, yet.

The Manitou Springs City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to keep in place a moratorium on pot sales for another month.

An emergency ordinance approved Tuesday night extends the moratorium through January.

Manitou Springs is the only municipality in El Paso County that has not banned sales at this point.

News 5 will stay in close contact with city leaders over the next two months as they discuss and decide on retail marijuana sales.


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