Revised ordinance includes exclusion zone, larger setbacks and a conditional use permit requirement.
Pot operations will be required to have odor mitigation plans.
Allows sales starting July 3 to individuals over 21, home deliveries and other minor changes within city limits.
Motion to temporarily halt plans for industrial cultivation fails. Board will revisit the issue April 16.
Consultant HdL Companies will handle the initial phase.
Ag Commissioner says local farmers are interested and have inquired about purchasing property.
Cultivation in San Benito County could begin soon.
Financial discussion expected at next meeting.
Supervisors want Measure C to pay costs of managing compliance.
Residents voice concerns over odor and neighboring property value.
Supervisors aim to have it finalized Nov. 20.
Residents turned out at a recent San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting to encourage them to move forward on a cannabis growing ordinance as quickly as possible after the passage of Measure C.
City council members held a public hearing on a proposed cannabis ordinance. The implementation of the ordinance is contingent upon a citywide tax gaining voter approval in November.
Ad hoc committee comes back to supervisor board to ask for clear direction for commercial marijuana cultivation ordinance.