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Supervisors and the public discussed licenses for cannabis business in a January public workshop.
The board of supes' agenda was full of proposed ordinances, as county counsel scrambles to come up with a stopgap recreational ordinance. Gjerde declares a possible dealbreaker.
The supes decided to draft a letter of complaint to the California Coastal Commission about an analyst described as “a rogue employee.” Her boss says that characterization is “unfair.” Also: supervisors replace an MCERA board member and hear from Jerry Ward.
The board of supervisors will clarify a few cannabis items and receive updates on the transfer station in Westport and groundwater in the Ukiah valley. Also: retirement board and legal rep.
When the board allowed Solid Waste of Willits to close the recycling buy-back center in Westport, they didn’t realize SWOW would close the transfer station, too. Now they want to explore options.