This cannabis cultivation operation is located on an approximately 40-acre parcel. The Project Area is the sum of all the areas used for cultivation, including gardens, soil staging areas, chemical storage areas, water tanks, and access roads. For this cultivation operation, the operational area is situated in the center of the parcel, south of the rural residence, in a fenced compound and will be 10,000 square feet in size. To the west of the proposed garden, a small, temporary structure will be used for cannabis drying. The remainder of the parcel will remain in its current state of use, which previously included a rural residence and associated outbuildings, but is now vacant/destroyed by fire, and undeveloped land. Two abandoned sites of prior (permitted) cannabis gardens were to the north of the residence, and southeast of the residence; were previously restored.
Commercial (commercial adult-use cannabis cultivation)(10,000 Sq. Ft., up to 3 Employees)
Use Permitminor use permit
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