Residents complain about cultivation enforcement (CA)

Residents of El Rancho Loma Serena Homeowners Association said they believe Calaveras County may be having a difficult time enforcing provisions of an urgency ordinance on marijuana cultivation that was ratified in May.  Nestled in the Butte Fire disaster zone where many properties were sold for cannabis cultivation, the development of 148 lots lost 22 houses from the fire last year.  Peter Baldridge, president of the homeowners association, said Tuesday 11 growers purchased property and began operating within the residential district.  At least three are cultivating without a permit within the area, he said. One told members of the homeowner’s association that an application with Calaveras County had not been done before the June deadline because the lines to do so “were too long.”     Read the article………….


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