cannabis regulations

FOG UPDATE – SUCCESS!!!

FOG UPDATE – SUCCESS!!! For those who didn’t attend the Board of Supervisors meeting this morning, the vote was 5-0 for an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Cannabis Ordinance. There will be no moratorium for new or ongoing permits under the existing ordinance, but there will finally be the in-depth environmental study that should […]

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Friends of Graton Update: CORRECTION Please take this quick and easy FOG action to protect your neighborhood!

Friends of Graton Update: CORRECTION Please take this quick and easy FOG action to protect your neighborhood!   Please note additional email address below (cannabis@sonoma-county.org). If you have sent an email to the supervisors, as many did today, please just forward your email to the last address below. Thanks. We have come to the final

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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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Government for the campaign donors: Cutting out neighbors

Cutting out neighbors  EDITOR: In their 2016 ordinance, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors promised that cannabis growing “would not be detrimental to health, safety, welfare or materially injurious to properties or improvements in the vicinity.” This is being sidelined in the new draft ordinance. Gone will be any ability for neighbors to have input.

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FOG UPDATE: What Now?

LA Times reporting that this is the third driest year in state history today! This has to be the most ridiculous ordinance proposal in light of drying up wells already around the county. Please consider donating to the fund.    FOG UPDATE: What Now? The Planning Commission (PC) met again on 3/25/21 to discuss the

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When government doesn’t follow the laws: We are outraged !!!

Note: Wine & Water Watch is not against cannabis however, not in neighborhoods and no water resources during a megadrought. Who pays for dried up wells? No more water thirsty crops and our environment MUST BE PROTECTED.  We are outraged !!! “Disrespect for public process and neighbors: With complete disregard for expert and legal opinion, factual

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