T&L Industrial LLC has submitted a General Plan Amendment, Rezoning and Conditional Use Permit application package (PRJ19-039) to the City of Santa Rosa (City) for a proposed Commercial Cannabis Microbusiness facility to be located at 3515 Industrial Drive (APN 148-041-049 and 148-050-027). The City is reviewing the planning application that would change the parcels’ General Plan designation from Retail and Business Services (RBS) to Industry Light (IL) and rezoned from General Commercial (GC) to Industry Light (IL). The proposed commercial cannabis microbusiness operation would include cultivation, manufacturing and distribution in the existing building.
Industrial (Rezone to Indsutry Light)(Sq. Ft. 13,650, Acres 1.1, Employees 10)
General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Use Permit
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