click to enlarge File Photo By Peter Johnson GOING TO COURT Local cannabis brand Natural Healing Center is suing the city of San Luis Obispo over its October decision to revoke the company’s permit for a Broad Street dispensary.

As promised, Natural Healing Center sued the city of San Luis Obispo on Dec. 23, alleging that the city overstepped its authority when it terminated the company’s cannabis dispensary permit in October following news that its founder and former CEO, Helios Dayspring, committed felony bribery and tax fraud.

According to the company’s complaint filed in SLO County Superior Court, Dayspring and the Natural Healing Center (NHC) poured more than $4 million into constructing NHC’s new dispensary at 2640 Broad St., only to see its hopes dashed by the city on the eve of it opening.

NHC attorney John Armstrong argued in court documents, and in a phone interview with New Times, that the city erred by trying to hold the company responsible for Dayspring’s misconduct.

Dayspring is no longer a stakeholder in NHC, and, on top of that, the city had already awarded

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