Cannabis Issues

DRAFT FOG UPDATE: – We are merging! – Action requested for 9/21 Supervisors meeting

DRAFT FOG UPDATE: – We are merging! – Action requested for 9/21 Supervisors meeting Friends of Graton (FOG) has news. We are merging with two other West County groups to form a larger commercial cannabis watchdog group, named Neighbors of West County (NOW.) Subsequent email updates will be coming from Bill Krawetz at a different email address: billkrawetz@comcast.net and will indicate …

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This critique of the Cannabis virtual survey is in the public record

More bad government: Supervisors devise way to be pro industry…..justify their actions by flawed “public” survey.    Dear County Supervisors, Statistical estimates that are to be the basis of policy decisions about cannabis in Sonoma County must be based on a valid sample of the population and valid and reliable questions. I am writing to …

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Local Groups: Cannabis regs, VIRTUAL SURVEY: OPPORTUNITY TO ENSURE YOUR VIEWPOINT IS CONSIDERED

Cannabis Regs for Sonoma County: VIRTUAL SURVEY: OPPORTUNITY TO ENSURE YOUR VIEWPOINT IS CONSIDERED You may have received PRMD’s “Cannabis Visioning Survey,” but if not, it is available online until Monday, September 6. It consists of up to 24 questions (copied below so you can read them beforehand), and should take about 10 minutes to complete. Depending …

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Supervisors Gore & Hopkins, who are you representing? Local Groups on Cannabis Issue

Note: Supervisors Gore & Hopkins were the “chairs” of the committee who allowed this terrible ordinance to be written favoring industry over residents for a water thirsty crop during a megadrought. Is this good judgement? They were the “over sight”. Who are they working for?    Local Group makes it easy way for action:  Hi, …

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Insatiable demand for cannabis has created a giant carbon footprint

Insatiable demand for cannabis has created a giant carbon footprint The life cycle greenhouse gas emissions from indoor cannabis cultivation model It’s no secret that the United States’ $13 billion cannabis industry is big business. Less obvious to many is the environmental toll this booming business is taking, in the form of greenhouse gas emissions …

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