The Lemon Grove city council was slated to officially knock down Tuesday the operation of medical medical marijuana dispensaries after residents said "no way" to the sale of the drug for medicinal purposes in town.
"...on the ballot were two propositions related to the regulation of medical marijuana dispensaries within the City," the Dec. 4 city council agenda reads. "Neither Proposition Q nor Proposition T passed."
At the meeting, the council will "adopt a resolution... declaring the election results and directing the administration of the affirmation of office to the newly elected officers."
Proposition T was authored by the medical marijuana campaign group Citizens for Patients Rights, and was placed on the ballot following a petition drive.
In response, the city offered Proposition Q, which sought to further regulations and gives the city additional controls over the businesses.
Backers said storefront dispensaries allowed seriously ill people and that Lemon Grove has already shown its support by placing Proposition T on the ballot.
However, it was the opponents who came out victorious in the Nov. 6 election, garnering 5,149, or 61.6%, "no" votes on Proposition Q, election results indicate. 3,216 people voted yes.
Proposition T lost with 5,130 "no" votes, or by 60.3 percent. 3,371 people voted yes.
The city council will also swear in new member Racquel Vasquez at Tuesday night's meeting.