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Santa Paula Planning Commission First Industrial Hemp Processing in County

Santa Paula Planning Commission First Industrial Hemp Processing in County

By Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula Planning Commission approved the first industrial hemp processing facility in the county at the February 25, 2020 meeting. Site and Facility The applicant plans a state-of-the art industrial hemp processing facility at 1574 Lemonwood Drive and business support services at 1580 Lemonwood, both locations contain existing buildings permitted in […]

Hemp may be put on Ice for Six Months by the Board of Supervisors

Hemp may be put on Ice for Six Months by the Board of Supervisors

By Debra Tash The Ventura County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting in Moorpark, November 19 2019 at 6 PM.  The City’s Council Chamber was at overflow capacity. County Counsel stated that even though the licensing is regulated by the state for growing hemp it is within the Board’s power to regulate its cultivation […]

Sun Valley man arrested for Alleged Theft of Lawfully Grown Hemp Plants

Sun Valley man arrested for Alleged Theft of Lawfully Grown Hemp Plants

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release A Sun Valley man was arrested in connection with the theft of lawfully grown hemp plants and now faces multiple drug related charges. In the early morning hours of 11/08/19, deputies responded to a theft that just occurred in the 4000 block of E. Telegraph Road in Piru. A security […]

Camarillo Seeking Moratorium on Cultivation of Industrial Hemp

Camarillo Seeking Moratorium on Cultivation of Industrial Hemp

Camarillo, California – The Camarillo City Council will consider an interim urgency ordinance for a temporary moratorium on the cultivation of industrial hemp within City limits at the Camarillo City Council meeting on October 9, 2019. “The purpose of this moratorium is to temporarily prohibit such uses so the City may consider, study, and develop […]

Thousand Oaks passes a 45-day moratorium on hemp businesses; keeps current Election Code for 2020

Thousand Oaks passes a 45-day moratorium on hemp businesses; keeps current Election Code for 2020

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council adopted a 45-day moratorium on commercial operations related to industrial hemp (approving permits, licenses, or applications for cultivating, processing, drying, storing and manufacturing of industrial hemp as well as the retail sale of hemp products) at it’s Tuesday meeting based on a city staff recommendation (since the staff […]

The Free and Equal Elections Foundation Endorses the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative #CCHI2016

The Free and Equal Elections Foundation Endorses the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative #CCHI2016

    Dear Supporters ~ The Free and Equal Election Foundation has this month endorsed the “California Cannabis Hemp Initiative 2016“. We hope you will consider supporting them as well! The CCHI2016, often referred to as “The Jack Herer Initiative” after the late researcher, author and Cannabis-culture icon, only has 3 months left to secure […]