Andrew Scott, a Chicago lawyer who representing Dispensary 2.0, said parking is hardly an issue since the proposed location had previously been a restaurant, which would have had more vehicles and visitors at one time than a dispensary. He said he counted 84 parking spaces, and called the location “over parked,” with more spaces than are even legally required.

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