Stoner, Colorado "mayor" Frank McDonald on post-Amendment 64 dream for two-person town

Frank McDonald is the self-proclaimed mayor of Stoner, Colorado, a town whose population numbers two -- with the other resident being, in his words, "an old lady named Mary Jane." But thanks to the community's name, and the passage of Amendment 64, he thinks the future for the tiny spot on the map is bright -- and smells pretty skunky.
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