Category Archives: Cannabis Policy
The Mendocino Supervisors’ Tuesday, November 21 meeting was dominated by the topic of fire recovery. But the Board also discussed the newly passed Measure B sales tax for mental health facilities, as well as the state’s recently proposed rules governing … Continue reading
On November 13 the Mendocino Supervisors opted to clarify current regulations so that licensed cannabis cultivators on rangeland zoned properties can expand their operations without having to go through the more intensive oversight of the administrative permit process. Dan Young … Continue reading
On November 7 the Mendocino Supervisors put in place a $60 county cannabis facilities business license fee, reduced from the $100 fee recommended by staff. The Board also briefly heard about issues with the county’s rules governing the expansion of … Continue reading
In Mendocino County, permitting of cannabis cultivators is already a slow and difficult process, and many cultivators have chosen to stay in the blackmarket until local and state regulations covering the industry are better refined. Now the County government has … Continue reading
On October 24 the Mendocino Supervisors moved to put in place tax relief for cannabis cultivators impacted by the Mendocino Lake complex fire, and also discussed other ways for the county government to help with fire recovery efforts. But the … Continue reading
At a special meeting on October 10, the Mendocino Supervisors adopted a new set of regulations governing cannabis facilities. The Board also declared a local emergency related to ongoing wildfires in the county. Dan Young reports.
On October 3 the Mendocino Supervisors instructed staff to make it easier for non-cultivation related cannabis businesses to get licensed by the county. The Board also approved a contract with a private consulting firm to develop a cannabis zoning exemption … Continue reading