UPDATE 10/5/19 — The event is being held today, so we are republishing this.
MENDOCINO Co., 9/21/19 — Do you have opinions about how cannabis fits into the future of economic development in Mendocino County? Then you might want to head over to Ukiah, Saturday, October 5 and join in the discussion at a town hall event with the Mendocino County Supervisors’ Cannabis Economic Development Ad Committee, Planning & Building Director Brett Schultz, and the Mendocino Cannabis Alliance.
The event will take place at the Ukiah Conference Center from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and focus on how the cannabis industry and economic development in Mendocino County. The county’s deadline for Phase 1 cannabis cultivation permits is coming up on October 4, and the Board of Supervisors are considering a number of issues concerning the cannabis industry in the coming months, including a potential hemp ordinance. The town hall is intended to provide a forum for the public to provide input to the supervisors.
More details at about the event can be found at the Mendocino Cannabis Alliance Facebook.
Participate in important conversations about pressing local topics with Mendocino County Board of Supervisors Economic Development Ad Hoc Committee members Ted Williams and Dan Gjerde, Mendocino County Director of Planning & Building Services, Brent Schultz, members of the MCA Board of Directors, and YOU, the Mendocino cannabis community!
A Cannabis & Economic Development Town Hall Forum
Saturday October 5th, 4-7pmPress release from MCA.
Ukiah Valley Conference Center
200 S. School St, Ukiah, CA 95482
Free & open to the public