On Monday a California appeals court said cities could not put complete bans on marijuana facilties, a decision that caused the City Council to table a motion that would have in San Leandro.
Now the matter will be tabled until at least the July 16th council meeting to give City Attorney Jayne Williams time to ask the California League of Cities' advice on how to proceed, according to a Mercury News report.
A moratorium on pot facilities in San Leandro is in effect until September 30.
City staffers say the city should have an ordinance in place by then, to either ban or regulate pot facilties, or else it could be sued by a clinic applicant.
They have only presented the council with a ban which, in the form that has now been tabled, would expire after one year unless renewed.