ACBOS Extend Urgency Ordinance On Marijuana Cultivation

ACBOS Extend Urgency Ordinance On Marijuana Cultivation

The Amador County Board of Supervisors voted today to extend their urgency ordinance placing a moratorium on marijuana cultivation in the county. The moratorium was originally in place to give the county time to draft permanent rules regarding commercial and medical marijuana cultivation. Board members discussed the issue briefly and many agreed that the issue needs more close examination, but continuing the moratorium was the right thing to do for now. In other business, there was a long discussion about SB 54, which would basically make California a sanctuary state. The Board discussed whether or not to oppose or support the bill, but ultimately decided they wanted to consult with the Sheriff before taking any action.

 

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