City Council Holds Re-Vote Regarding Cannabis Sales

(Robinson) – The Robinson City Council got an update on the continuing paving projects and held a re-vote on recreational cannabis dispensaries during last night’s meeting. The paving work on city streets should be completed by early next week. Officials thank those affected for their continued patience. After a bit of confusion at the last council meeting, a vote was re-taken on the issue of prohibiting cannabis business establishments within the city of Robinson. This time the vote was 6-2 to prohibit such establishments. In other business, the City of Robinson got a clean 2019 audit report. Zander Laino is now the owner of a pair of city properties. He had the winning bid for both the 1002 N. Robb and 807 S. Cross locations. A grant application was approved to the Mary Heath Foundation for the purchase of a handheld narcotics tester for the Robinson Police Department. A bid was approved from Morrow Brothers for a new squad car for the Robinson Police Department in the amount of $49,680. Leaf pickup is set to begin Friday, November 1st and will continue as needed. Please rake your leaves to the curb.