Lompoc leaders could enact a moratorium on new cannabis businesses in the city amid concerns that a glut in the market is resulting in too much competition.
By a 3-2 vote, the city council has approved an ordinance allowing two cannabis-related events per year at any of its three city parks.
Jim Throop has been hired by Cupertino.
Lompoc voters have approved a tax increase on marijuana manufacturers and distributors in the city.
Santa Barbara Adopts New Grow Restrictions But Stops Short of Countywide Conditional Use Permits
Brittany M. 06/18/2020 - 10:05 AM
The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors rejected a proposal last week requiring conditional use permits (CUPs) for all commercial cultivation operations.
The Board will consider conditional use permits for cannabis growing operations after complaints from surrounding cities.
Santa Barbara County now leads the state in the number of legal marijuana grows.
Santa Clara is the best city to live in, according to rankings from the Chamber of Commerce.
Santa Barbara supervisors approved changes to the county’s permissive cannabis rules last week amid growing frustration from residents and officials in Goleta, Lompoc, Carpinteria, and elsewhere.