Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Another cannabis permit denial hearing in Calaveras--Booze industry wins!!

     At the Calaveras Supervisors meeting on November 22, 2016 there will be another appeal hearing for a denied cannabis cultivation permit.

  Since the drunks have done such a good job stopping cultivation in Calaveras County, its unlikely that even the Urgency Ordinance for cultivation will be renewed in 2017.


Anonymous said...

Pathetic Calaveras BoS and BAN People just trying to ruin the need for quality jobs for all those in need

The University of Pacific Center for Business and Policy Research recently published a report titled, "Impact Study of the Cannabis Sector in the Greater Sacramento Area" and it concluded:
"A supportive local policy environment with a community of strong cannabis entrepreneurs in the Sacramento area could potentially develop a cannabis cluster industry that would support a total of nearly 20,000 jobs, $4.2 billion in annual output, and $1.4 billion in labor income per year; these numbers represent nearly 2% of the region’s current gross economic output. In contrast, the limited scenario where the industry clusters in other areas and most local Sacramento demand is imported from other parts of the state would support about 1,600 local jobs and $322 million in total output with most activity in retail and local distribution. Thus, the Sacramento area would lose the opportunity for over 18,000 jobs if weak investment and restrictive local policies cause the cannabis industry to locate outside the region."
This paper provides clear evidence of the economic benefits of creating regulations that foster the creation of cannabis industry clusters.

Anonymous said...

Not much question we're a county of hic, boozers and losers!

Anonymous said...

Ahhh, the drunks. Do you mean McManus, preston, olivera, tunno and muetterits, or the woman who owns cedar center and can't sell it?? Bad news. Are they all alkies??