With the Adult Use of Marijuana Act set to take effect on Jan. 1, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors is considering imposing regulations on adults wishing to grow up to six cannabis plants within the county.
During Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Deputy County Counsel Zoey Merrill and Director Linda Turkatte of the San Joaquin County Environmental Health Department presented a report outlining three recommendations for regulations on personal cannabis cultivation within the county, although the board did not say when it might vote on them.
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