Licensing Will Cause New Economic Activity

When growers get legal licenses they:

  • Hire employees

  • Build security features - fences, cameras, lights and alarms

  • Build buildings, driveways, sheds and greenhouses

  • Add rural fire fighting features with water tanks, fire hydrants and better access driveways

  • Contract for construction

  • Contract for accounting and legal services

  • Buy supplies and equipment

Two Years after Licensing became Law, not one commercial cannabis license has been issued by the County 
Ask Your Supervisor to Make the Licensing Program Work

By:

  • Getting the Sheriff to follow the law and perform background check recommendations with the available data like Nevada and Calaveras Counties do.

  • Providing the resources to the Planning Dept. to quickly process license applications

  • Reducing useless '800 and 1,500' setbacks to the setbacks appropriate for individual sites

  • Allowing electrical stubs to power lights and fans in hoop houses

  • Allow provisional licenses for growers with CUP applications

District One Supervisor John Hidahl bosone@edcgov.us (530) 621-5650  | District Two Supervisor George Turnboo (530) 621-5651 bostwo@edcgov.us | District Three Supervisor Wendy Thomas 
 bosthree@edcgov.us Phone:  (530) 621-5652 | District Four Supervisor Lori Parlin bosfour@edcgov.us
Phone:  (530) 621-6513 | District Five Supervisor Sue Novasel bosfive@edcgov.us (530) 621-6577

You can support the cause of Commercial Cannabis by becoming a Member of the Alliance!! 

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