Tag Archives: cannabis regulations

FOG UPDATE: Board of Supervisors’ decision yesterday

FOG UPDATE: Board of Supervisors’ decision yesterday The Board of Supervisors decided yesterday to include Phase II of the Cannabis Ordinance (Neighborhood Compatibility) in the County’s two-year work plan. All your emails had a great impact, so thank you for…

 

FOG: Friends of Graton Update # 15

FOG: Friends of Graton Update # 15 A Letter to the Editor in the Press Democrat, Friday 12/28/18: An unhealthy business EDITOR: For the majority of voters, Proposition 64 was meant to decriminalize marijuana use and possession, not promote a…

 

FOG Update #14

For those who were unable to attend the Supervisor’s hearing on Tuesday, we are posting the gist of FOG’s presentation so that our position on the trails/parks issue is clear. I spoke for Friends of Graton and Friends of Atascadero…

 

Bohemian: Grow-Site Pain

Grow-Site Pain  Is Lynda Hopkins in a FOG over proposed pot-grow in Graton? By Tom Gogola POT, PUMPKINS AND POLITICS Fight over fate of former pumpkin patch puts supervisor on the spot. There’s a battle underway over the fate of…

 

Friends of Graton FOG UPDATE #9 / USE PERMIT101

Understanding the process….. Friends of Graton FOG UPDATE #9 / USE PERMIT 101 You are receiving this email because you have either signed a petition opposing the cannabis facility along the trail in Graton or you have asked to be…

 

Graton Project and next actions from neighbors

Neighborhood groups are centralizing their efforts to get sensible commercial cannabis regulations in Sonoma County where the supervisors have thrown open the doors to this industry and without state compliance and firm regulations that spell out the boundaries.  Association of bay…

 

Cannabis biz along West County Trail stirs protest

On the cannabis trail in Graton By E.I. Hillin, Staff Writer, e.hillin@sonomawest.com Oct 24, 2018 Cannabis biz along West County Trail stirs protest A proposed cannabis project along West County Regional Trail has residents fired up and county supervisors Expand…