BISBEE OBSERVER HEADLINES 01-14-2021

BUSD governing board discusses vaccination mandate for employees

Laura Swan

The Bisbee Observer

The Bisbee Unified School District Governing Board met Tuesday night to discuss possibly mandating that all district employees be vaccinated against COVID -19 as a condition of employment to work on the campuses.

BUSD Superintendent Thomas Woody said the issue of mandating the vaccine is something every school district will be discussing. He told the board that they would have to look at and make the decision whether or not to mandate the vaccine for….read full story (online subscribers only)

Council; marijuana tax revenues will be good for Bisbee

Laura Swan

The Bisbee Observer

The Bisbee City Council was in agreement the city would benefit from tax dollars from recreational marijuana facilities and provided the city attorney with feedback so that he can prepare zoning code amendments to the current zoning code to accommodate the legalization of marijuana in the Arizona.

The council all agreed the tax revenue that could be generated from marijuana facilities would be beneficial for Bisbee which gave City Attorney Joe Estes an idea of how to move forward with making amendments to the zoning code to include marijuana facilities and manufacturing testing facilities at the Jan. 5 city council meeting…..read full story (online subscribers only)


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