Redding City Council passed new rules for cannabis cultivation in the city limits on April 7, 2015, agreeing to 1000-foot buffers from schools and other "sensitive" areas, and to a six-plant maximum. Councilmembers Cadd and Weaver wanted a ban, but didn't have the votes. The city imposed rules immediately under an "urgency" provision. On January 20, 2015, Redding city council voted not to enact an outdoor cultivation ban, and instead let their existing ordinance remain in effect. An ordinance passed in 2010 restricts medical marijuana gardens to a maximum of 100 square feet of canopy or 10% of home or garden area, and requires an affidavit for collective grows.

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Sunday, October 3, 2021 - 06:15

The Alameda County Sheriff's Office raided 18 illegal marijuana grow sites last week in what it calls the largest illegal cannabis growing operation in Bay Area history.