Emerald Enterprises, the owner of now-closed Sticky’s Pot Shop, has reached an agreement to pay fines stemming from defying Clark County’s ban on recreational marijuana retailing in unincorporated parts of the county. Sticky’s owner John Larson must pay a civil penalty of $112,500 to the county under the stipulated judgment filed in Clark County Superior Court. Emerald Enterprises had already paid a $205,000 penalty in 2017 in compliance with a series of judicial rulings that found the company in violation of the county’s prohibition. The agreement filed March 1 now calls for $112,500 of that to be paid to the county and $92,500 to be returned to Larson. Larson did not respond by press time to an email seeking comment. The agreement comes as the county may be reconsidering its ban. Sticky’s, 9411 N.E. Highway 99, closed last July. Emerald Enterprises, which owns Sticky’s, first tried to operate a marijuana shop in Hazel Dell in 2014. Washington voters legalized the sale of recrea..