Red Bluff Appoints Citizen Members to Its New Cannabis Dispensary Committee

Three individuals have been selected as citizen members of the Red Bluff City Council’s new Cannabis Dispensary Committee. KRCR reports that the Council chose Carolyn Walker, Ken Reiders, and Joe Vine from a pool of nine applicants at its virtual meeting on Monday.

The City Council voted to create the committee in January. It will offer zoning code recommendations aimed at allowing a small number of dispensaries in the city.

Walker is an attorney, Reiders is an accountant and founding member/treasurer of the Cannabis Liberation League, and Vine is a businessman. You can read all of the applicants’ resumes here


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