“The Nevada County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted 4-to-1 to implement an urgency ordinance that immediately prohibits outdoor marijuana grows and limits the number of indoor medicinal plants,” The Union reported on its front page on Wednesday.
“The board also voted 4-to-1 to place the issue on the June 7 ballot, giving county voters the option to uphold or discard that ordinance,” The Union continued.
But YubaNet has come up with a different conclusion. “Marijuana Cultivation Measure will not reverse outdoor growing ban, even if voters reject it,” YubaNet is reporting on Thursday afternoon.
“The ballot measure will only add language restricting the permissible use to the cultivation of medical marijuana. The measure is not a Yea or Nay vote on the urgency ordinance,” YubaNet reported.
“Several troubling questions deserve answers,” YubaNet continued.
YubaNet’s full report is here, and I would urge locals who are interested in this issue to read it.