cannabis

Hopkins Asleep at the Wheel? Citizens say yes…..

Uninformed officials EDITOR: It does not go without note that Supervisor Lynda Hopkins was quoted as saying that she has not seen that there were 65,000 acres that would be available for cannabis growing under the county’s proposal (“Rift over cannabis farms widening,” April 4). If she didn’t know such an important provision, it indicates to me […]

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Neighborhood group produces mapping if cannabis can move into to your neighborhood

Update from SOSN: Craig has figured out the possible consequences of the proposed cannabis ordinance for Bennett Valley. You can figure out what might happen to your neighborhood by using the map at “It’s too Much Cannabis”.  All the information that you need is at: https://www.itstoomuchcannabis.com/ This article/letter appeared in today’s Kenwood Press. https://www.kenwoodpress.com/2021/04/13/letters-20210414-0503-278072/ Letters The

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On Gore & Hopkins watch: the county’s cannabis regulations have been a fiasco.

Hopkins is on a roll: Sebastopol Inn purchase (state felt it over priced, Oakland housed 100 for Hopkins 31 same $), Measures in special election failed, power grab as board president failed, pushing biomass industry (dirtier than coal), cannabis ad hoc co-chair with Gore FIASCO.   Hopkins’ comments EDITOR: I found Supervisor Lynda Hopkins’ comments

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Wine industry: Not here!

March 23, 2021 Dear Sonoma County Supervisors: The proposed ordinance covering cannabis cultivation in Sonoma county is premature and will have profound effects on the scenery and quality of life in Sonoma County. According to the state of CA and the federal government, cannabis is a product not a crop. Sonoma County must continue to

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The Newest Cannabis-Infused Product is Non-Alcoholic Beer

“The alcohol industry has fought marijuana legalization because of sluggish sales. A recent study shows a 15% decrease in alcohol sales in states with medical marijuana laws. Researchers at the Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. predict that cannabis-infused drinks will be worth $600 million by 2022 in the U.S. alone.” The Newest Cannabis-Infused Product is Non-Alcoholic

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Sonoma County zoning board approves first large-scale pot farm outside Petaluma

Sonoma County zoning board approves first large-scale pot farm outside Petaluma ANDREW BEALE THE PRESS DEMOCRAT April 12, 2019, 11:15AM Updated 10 hours ago A large cannabis-growing farm planned for west of Petaluma got a green light from Sonoma County zoning officials. Despite vigorous opposition from neighbors, Petaluma Hills Farm’s proposal to cultivate 1 acre

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