In the pipeline since 2019, the sites will increase cultivation by more than 677,000 square feet.
The county and San Juan Bautista have yet to see any returns, and Hollister has not seen more than $1 million annually.
Construction is set to start April 15.
Outdoor grows will be allowed in areas where hemp is allowed.
Department of Cannabis Control will provide an overview of the state’s cannabis cultivation licensing program and review their requirements for commercial cannabis farming.
Outdoor cultivation remains a possibility in unincorporated areas of the county.
City Council ignores company argument to repeal the revocation.
City staff said they discovered multiple violations related to tracking and tracing cannabis products during a surprise inspection.
Free online workshop to cover licensing, cultivation and water concerns.
Eight search warrants served spanning 12 parcels.
Cultivator had previously been given a 10-day notice to cease operations. No arrests were made.
Pot operations will be required to have odor mitigation plans.
City also approves letter to county opposing Hwy. 101 node development and allows cannabis facilities in industrial areas.
Allows sales starting July 3 to individuals over 21, home deliveries and other minor changes within city limits.
Final adoption expected June 17, would go into effect July 3.