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(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)
Lisa Rush, an artist whose works were sold at Three Wise Women, 304 N. Bullard St., talks at Tuesday’s meeting of the Silver City Town Council about her concerns regarding tensions downtown between the gallery and its neighboring dispensary, Grateful Living. She was one of 10 who spoke of what they called a dangerous situation that included harassment leading to the closure of Three Wise Women.

By JUNO OGLE
Daily Press Staff
It was standing room only at Tuesday’s meeting of the Silver City Town Council, where residents turned out to speak out against what several called a dangerous situation in downtown Silver City.
All the seats for the audience in the commissioners’ meeting room of the Grant County Administration Building were full, and at least a dozen more people stood along the back of the room, many waiting for the public input session of the evening’s agenda.
A dozen people took their turn during public input, most describing situations they called harassment by the owner and customers of Grateful Living Cannabis Co., 306 N. Bullard St.
Several who spoke said they were artists whose works were shown at Three Wise Women, 304 N. Bullard St., a gallery for women

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