The City of Adelanto is reviewing an application to develop a 2.74-acre site within the southcentral portion of the City of Adelanto. The proposed project involves the construction of three, two-story buildings that would be used for cannabis cultivation, distribution, and manufacturing. The total floor area of the new buildings would be 73,125 square-feet, 24,375 square feet each. In addition, 69 parking spaces would be provided. Vehicular access to the proposed development would be provided by two driveway connections with Panther Avenue on the western side of the project site. The project site is currently vacant and undeveloped. The site currently doesn't have a legal address but has an Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) of 0459-432-23. The property has a General Plan and Zoning land use designation of Light Manufacturing (LM).
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