Crowds of county residents packed the Board of Supervisors hearing rooms
The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to further restrict cannabis cultivation on agriculturally zoned land in Santa Barbara County, and the hours of public comment at the meeting pushed further discussion of ordinance changes to next week.
Crowds of county residents packed the Board of Supervisors hearing rooms in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara, and more than 200 people spoke during the public comment period.
The supervisors voted to ban cannabis cultivation on AG-1-zoned properties that have a parcel size of 20 acres or less and to require conditional use permits (instead of land use permits) for operations on larger AG-1-zoned lots in inland areas.
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