After Collecting Permit Fees, Calaveras County Votes to Ban Commercial Cannabis Growing

After Collecting Permit Fees, Calaveras County Votes to Ban Commercial Cannabis Growing
“CALAVERAS COUNTY — In a 3-2 decision, the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors voted to ban commercial marijuana grows in the county.”

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FOX 49:
“Many find the vote problematic because the county introduced its emergency ordinance in May of 2016, which essentially opened the market for anyone in Calaveras County to apply for a permit to grow marijuana.

Farmers not only paid the necessary fees for permit applications, which netted the county .7 million in fees in addition to million in cultivation taxes, but many have also invested tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars into legal farms.

Now, their once-legal activity has been banned.

Growers tell FOX40 the county is giving them 120 days to become compliant.

Some growers say they plan to sue to recoup their losses, plus damages.”

After Collecting Permit Fees, Calaveras County Votes to Ban Commercial Cannabis Growing
After Collecting Permit Fees, Calaveras County Votes to Ban Commercial Cannabis Growing

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3 thoughts on “After Collecting Permit Fees, Calaveras County Votes to Ban Commercial Cannabis Growing”

  1. One more scam against citizens. It never ends. Capitalism is not only our economy but our culture. Pitiful way to "do business" in a human world, with more than just numbers at stake. There is a thing called the spirit of the law, and the violation of it is what is sticking in your craw upon hearing this story of crookedness.

  2. Why are people still against herb.. people that think everyone who uses medical cannabis is cheech and chong, brainwashed literally by tv and government advertising for decades. There is literally no reason to ban growing, and I hope the county is sued into the ground and the farmers get their hard earned legal money back, plus extra for costing the companies hardships

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