Cannabis Regulation Watch – Municipality / City Updates 9/18/19
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September 18, 2019 – Municipality / City Cannabis Regulation Updates
Oxnard, CA Update
- The ordinance would allow dispensaries in the Downtown Core, Downtown General and Downtown Edge zoning districts through approval of a Special Use Permit.
- The Commission would like to recommend prohibiting flavored vaporized products and child friendly edible products- however it is up to the City Attorney to draft this language so that it does not overstep the State’s regulations on these issues.
- A 600 foot buffer zone is imposed for residential zoned areas (except for mixed uses-this exemption considers the downtown areas in amendment 1).
Santa Rosa, CA Update
- Staff will also recommend to the Planning Commission and City Council to rezone 33 additional parcels along the east side of Petaluma Hill Road and Santa Rosa Avenue corridor between Colgan Avenue and Bennett Valley Road.
- Approved expansion of building from 491 sq ft → 3297 sq ft
- Allowed for Retail dispensary in Plaza Shopping center
Thousand Oaks, CA Update
- Another motion was made to direct staff to make changes that would allow deliveries within the city, eliminate the 24-hour appointment and amend the hours of operation for storefronts and delivery from 8 AM to 9 PM. This motion was also carried. Staff will bring said changes before Council during a future meeting. Make a phone call to city for dates.
Sacramento, CA Update
- Allow volatile manufacturing in the City
- Increase the annual gross receipts limit from $100,000 to $500,000 for small manufacturers under section 17.228.900
- Approving the concept of a 45-day temporary moratorium on all types of hemp cultivation in the city
- Forwarding the matter and any appropriate ordinance to enact the moratorium directly to the City Council for consideration.
Colton, CA Update
- Allow the following uses on sites within Marijuana Candidate Sites” (MCS) Overlay zone: indoor cultivation, manufacturing, testing, distribution, a microbusiness of medicinal and adult-use marijuana and marijuana products, and the ancillary transportation and delivery of marijuana or marijuana products.
- Amend the Zoning Code to remove all current regulations and standards pertaining to marijuana cultivation and related business permitting (except for the permitted uses tables) and incorporate these into the Business License chapter (new chapter 5.54)
- Amend the Zoning map to expand the “Marijuana Candidate Sites” (MCS) Overlay zone to include the area around Key St./Pellissier Rd. and Placentia Ln along the south city limits of Colton- in addition to existing areas.
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