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|Humboldt||Ferndale||18.67.010 Findings and purpose. B. The purpose of this chapter is to establish where recreational marijuana producers, processors and retail outlets may locate in the City, and to describe the restrictions upon such uses, including the business... Read more|
|Humboldt||Trinidad||5.28.030 Medical marijuana cooperative or collective prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person or entity to own, manage, conduct, or operate any medical marijuana cooperative or collective, or to participate as an employee, contractor, agent... Read more|
|Humboldt||Fortuna||8.35.030 Medical marijuana dispensary prohibited. Share It shall be unlawful for any person or entity to own, manage, conduct, or operate any medical marijuana dispensary or to participate as an employee, contractor, agent or volunteer, or in any... Read more|
|Humboldt||Arcata||City Council passed an ordinance 11/08 allowing no more than 50 square feet for cultivation. In addition, dispensaries will be prohibited from using more than 25% of their property for cultivation and patients must grow in their own homes, which... Read more|
|Humboldt||Eureka||Cultivation or processing facilities shall only be allowed upon the granting of a conditional use permit as prescribed in the Eureka Municipal Code. There shall be a maximum of four cultivation/processing facilities permitted within city limits.... Read more|
|Humboldt||Rio Dell||Medical marijuana dispensary moratorium (2010). 5.35.480 Prohibited within the City of Rio Dell.Share The establishment or operation of a medical marijuana dispensary as defined in this chapter shall be prohibited within the City limits. [Ord. 275... Read more|
|Humboldt||Blue Lake||No Information... 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.