Santa Rosa Planning Commission approves first indoor cultivation operation

After attending the Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation meeting today at the Santa Rosa Veterans hall, I went to the Santa Rosa Planning Commission meeting to observe history in the making.  The City of Santa Planning Commission approved the application for a Conditional Use Permit for Cannabis Cultivation in an established industrial space.  Wow!  Santa Rosa is serious about the Cannabis Industry, now lets all work to get the rest of the regulators and department heads pointed in the same direction.

PUBLIC HEARING – AIM HIGH CULTIVATION – CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – 3310 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE – APN 015-650-025 – FILE NO. CUP16-029

BACKGROUND: Aim High Cultivation is proposing to operate a medical cannabis commercial cultivation facility within an existing 12,110 sq. ft. building located at 3310 Industrial Drive in northwest Santa Rosa. The project would operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with up to10 employees. There would be no exterior changes to the existing building, which is currently in use as a retail tile store

Author: fescbelliott

I have spent over forty years as a career firefighter and fire chief. After retiring as fire chief in northern Sonoma County in 2011, I began expanding my consulting work to private and public clients. Fire and Emergency Services Consulting (FESC) now has a Cannabis division, CannaCodeCompliance (CCC). Working with the Cannabis industry has been rewarding and challenging. FESC partners and employees are highly skilled compliance experts who exhibit a non-threatening approach to what we do. We are excited to be helping improve safety and compliance standards for the industry to protect employers, employees, the public and first responders. FESC-CCC also offers public affairs relations with government staff and elected officials.

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