Commenting to the Planning Commission

Planning Commission Meeting –  Friday, March 19 at 9AM

CLICK HERE to review the MCA Phase 3 Proposal.
CLICK HERE to review the MCA Facilities Amendments Proposal.

We encourage you to share your support of our proposal with the Planning Commission. Please make sure to include a few sentences in your submission about what items are important to you.  Personal sentiments will definitely enhance your impact!

To support your efforts, we have created template documents you can use to send in your comment!  If you have comments on BOTH the Facilities Amendments (Item 6a) and the Phase 3 ordinance (Item 6b), you will want to send in TWO SEPARATE letters and note the Agenda Item number in the subject of your email.  There is one template for each item below:

CLICK HERE for the Facilities Amendments (Item 6a) Template Letter

CLICK HERE for the Phase 3 (Item 6b) Template Letter

To submit your comments by email:

To make a public comment during the meeting:

  • CLICK HERE to sign up for public comment.
    • you must sign up by 7AM the day of the meeting
    • once you sign up, you will receive an email with instructions for calling in

Feel free to email info@mendocannabis.com with any questions!

CLICK HERE to view the meeting agenda.

Meetings are live streamed and available for viewing on the Mendocino County YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/MendocinoCountyVideo

MCA in the Media: Supporting our Community

MCA has been busy preparing for the Planning Commission meeting coming up tomorrow, but we’ve also found time to have some important conversations that we think you might want to check out!

Board Chair and Policy Committee co-Chair Patrick Sellers joined Jenn Procacci and The Cannabis Hour on KZYX this morning to discuss the proposed Phase 3 ordinance with Sara Bodnar from the Cannabis Business Association of Mendocino County and Monique Ramirez of the Covelo Cannabis Advocacy Group.

They discuss the proposed 10% expansion, pros and cons, and what affect these proposed changes could have on the cannabis community.

CLICK HERE to listen to the conversation.

Patrick was also included in the following piece written by John Schroyer in MJBizDaily about the provisional license crisis facing cannabis operators throughout the state. Also in the article is Genine Coleman, Executive Director of Origins Council, a Strategic Partner of MCA focused on state-level advocacy for heritage cultivation regions.

CLICK HERE to read the article.

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