Draft of revised marijuana cultivation ordinance up for vote next week

The Rood Center released a draft of a revised “interim” marijuana cultivation ordinance that supervisors will vote on next Tuesday.

The recommendation also calls for authorizing the Board’s Marijuana Subcommittee to work with staff on developing a process for collecting stakeholder input and providing recommendations for permanent marijuana cultivation regulations.

The draft on the interim ordinance is here.

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4 Responses to Draft of revised marijuana cultivation ordinance up for vote next week

  1. jeffpelline says:

    Here’s a timeline on the MJ initiative prior to Tuesday’s BOS meeting: http://yubanet.com/regional/Post-W—facts-and-figures.php#.V5I_1WjfbzI

  2. Chip Wilder says:

    So following the time line of the negotiations with the stakeholders and the BOS, in the end, the BOS is about to vote the way the want, just like before, with total disregard of what the voters/stakeholders sent back to them. And again, why the rush to vote on this?

  3. Judith A Lowry says:

    I hope they know what they are doing.

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