Articles From : Melinda Burns
The acreage cap will soon be filled, but odor control lags far behind.
“Self-reporting” by growers has led to lost tax revenues, board says, but it will take time to come up with a fairer system.
Future “grows” will have to be “compatible” with the neighborhood, county supervisors say.
“About as good news as we can expect,” Tepusquet Canyon residents say.
Carpinteria Valley greenhouse project will not harm Arroyo Paredon Creek, state officials say.
The county’s tax revenue from cannabis cultivation is projected to be only $12.4 million this fiscal year, or $6 million less than the $18.4 million that was forecast last June.
Supervisors brush aside coalition’s concerns about water supply, air pollution
Owners cite family’s ‘competing business interests’