Yolo County Seeks Input on Cannabis Rules

Yolo County is working on the rules and regulations that will govern commercial pot sales next year, but it wants input from the public.

A number of concerns have already been raised from odors to fencing to the plethora of illegal grows already in existence in unincorporated areas. Residents will have a chance to flesh out all those concerns before the end of the month. The first public forum on the county’s impending regulations was held in Guinda Tuesday. Three more are planned before the end of November.

The effort is being led by the director of Yolo County’s Department of Community Services Environmental Health Division Leslie Lindbo.


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