South Lake Tahoe City Council Confirms This Year’s Cannabis Revenue Grant Recipients

The city has committed $400,000 this year

This year, 14 organizations are receiving funds from city cannabis sales revenue. This is the third year where up to 50% of prior year cannabis revenue goes towards the community benefit grant program.

South Lake Tahoe City Council adopted the Cannabis Community Benefit Fee Revenue Allocation Policy in 2021, which awards organizations that mitigate potential impacts of the cannabis industry in the city and help promote the City’s Strategic Plan.

The city has committed $400,000 this year. That’s about the same amount as prior years. The funds come from Measure G, a voter adopted cannabis business license tax of 6% of gross receipts and $20 per square foot of canopy cultivation.

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