2 I-502 INITIAL DRAFT RULES (REV 05.16.2013)
b. the trim, leaves, or other plant matter from one or more marijuana plants. Asingle lot of trim, leaves, or other plant matter cannot weigh more than sixpounds.(10) “Perimeter” means a property line that encloses an area.(11) “Playground” means a public outdoor recreation area for children, usuallyequipped with swings, slides, and other playground equipment, owned and managedby a city or county.(12) “Public park” means an area of land for the enjoyment of the public, havingfacilities for rest and recreation (such as a baseball diamond or basketball court),owned and managed by a city, county, state, or federal government.(13) “Public transit center” means sheltered waiting areas located where several busroutes converge. They serve as efficient hubs to allow bus riders from variouslocations to assemble at a central point to take advantage of express trips or otherroute to route transfers.(14) “Recreation center or facility” means a supervised center that provides a broadrange of activities and events.(15) “Secondary school” means a high and/or middle school: a school for studentswho have completed their primary education, usually attended by children in grades7 to 12 and recognized by the Washington State Superintendent of PublicInstruction.
New Section. WAC 314-55-015 General information about marijuana licenses.
(1) A person or entity must meet certain qualifications to receive a marijuana license,which are continuing qualifications in order to maintain the license.(2) All applicants and employees working in each licensed establishments must be atleast twenty-one years of age.(3) Minor restricted signs must be posted at all marijuana licensed premises.(4) A marijuana license applicant may not exercise any of the privileges of a marijuanalicense until the board approves the license application.(5) The board will not approve any marijuana license for a location where lawenforcement access, without notice or cause, is limited.(6) The board will not approve any marijuana license for a location on federal lands.(7) The board will not approve any marijuana retailer license for a location withinanother business.(8) Every marijuana licensee must post and keep posted its license, or licenses, andany additional correspondence containing conditions and restrictions imposed by theboard in a conspicuous place on the premises.(9) In approving a marijuana license, the board reserves the right to impose specialconditions as to the involvement in the operations of the licensed business of anyformer licensees, their former employees, or any person who does not qualify for amarijuana license.(10) Facilities licensed as a marijuana processor and retailer by Liquor Control Boardconducting the processing, storage, and sale of marijuana-infused products shall be