Medical Marijuana Cultivation Urgency Ordinance Adopted by Lake County Board of Supervisors

Medical Marijuana Cultivation Urgency Ordinance

was passed by the Lake County Board of Supervisors after more than 5 hours of public input and approximately 1 ½ hours of closed debate.

According to an article in the Lake County Record-Bee “The final numbers agreed upon by the supervisors are as follows:
Six plants maximum for parcels smaller than one-half acre; 12 plants for parcels between one-half and one acre, with a required 75-foot setback; 18 plants for parcels between one and five acres, with a required 150-foot setback; 36 plants for parcels between five and 40 acres, with a required minimum setback of 150 feet; and a maximum of 48 plants on parcels larger than 40 acres.”
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