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|Santa Barbara||Solvang||11-12-22: MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARY: Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this code, a medical marijuana dispensary shall not be a permitted use in any zone of the city, and no conditional use permit shall issue permitting such... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Carpinteria||14.59.030 - Prohibited acts and exceptions. A. It shall be unlawful to establish, operate or maintain, or to participate in the establishment, operation or maintenance of a medical marijuana dispensary, as defined in Chapter 14.08, in any zoning... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Guadalupe||18.08.245 Medical marijuana dispensary. B. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this title, a medical marijuana dispensary shall not be a permitted use in any zone, and no conditional use permit shall issue to permit a medical marijuana... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Santa Barbara||28.80.050 Limitations on the Permitted Location of a Storefront Collective Dispensary. A. Permissible Zoning for Storefront Collective Dispensaries. Storefront Collective Dispensaries may only be permitted and located on parcels within the City... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Buellton||9.08.010 Prohibition of medicinal marijuana dispensaries. A. No person shall establish, operate, or permit to be operated, a medicinal marijuana dispensary in or upon any premises in the city of Buellton, nor operate such a dispensary as a mobile... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Lompoc||9.36.010 Prohibition. Notwithstanding any contrary provision of the Lompoc City Code, no medical marijuana dispensary shall be established or located or operated within the City of Lompoc, nor shall any building permit, use permit, zoning clearance... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Goleta||No Information... Read more|
|Santa Barbara||Santa Maria||Section 12-54.01. Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries from being opened or established within the City of Santa Maria.... Read more|
A San Luis Obispo cannabis business is suing the city for revoking its license following the conviction of its former owner on bribery charges.
Seventeen cities and counties have received a total of $100 million in state funds to help transition local cannabis businesses to the legal market.