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File #: 19-1021    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 6/26/2019 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 7/11/2019 Final action: 7/11/2019
Title: Hearing to consider the first reading of Title 130 Zoning Ordinance for the voter-enacted Measures N, P, Q, R, and S, which authorized the permitting and regulation of commercial cannabis activities in the County (OR19-0001)**. The proposed amendments allow for commercial cannabis nurseries, processors, testing laboratories, and manufacturers in limited zones and subject to specific regulations. As part of implementation of the ballot measures, the proposed amendments also combine the ballot measures for medicinal and adult recreational use cannabis and codify the ordinances in a new cannabis section of Title 130. Additional amendments address changes in state regulations that were enacted after voters passed the ballot measures, changes to the authorized zones for particular commercial cannabis uses, and other minor amendments. Staff is recommending the Planning Commission recommend the Board of Supervisors take the following actions: 1) Find that the adoption of the proposed amend...
Attachments: 1. A - Proposed Ordinance (Measure N-Permitting & Enforcement)-marked copy, 2. B - Proposed Ordinance (Measures P & Q)-marked copy, 3. C - Proposed Ordinance (Measures R & S)-marked copy, 4. D - Proof of Publication-Mountain Democrat, 5. E - Proof of Publication-Georgetown Gazette, 6. F - Proof of Publication-Tahoe Tribune, 7. G - Proposed Ordinance (Matrix of Allowed Uses)-marked copy, 8. H - PowerPoint Presentation
Related files: 17-1238, 16-0209, 18-1103, 18-1844, 19-0894
Title
Hearing to consider the first reading of Title 130 Zoning Ordinance for the voter-enacted Measures N, P, Q, R, and S, which authorized the permitting and regulation of commercial cannabis activities in the County (OR19-0001)**. The proposed amendments allow for commercial cannabis nurseries, processors, testing laboratories, and manufacturers in limited zones and subject to specific regulations. As part of implementation of the ballot measures, the proposed amendments also combine the ballot measures for medicinal and adult recreational use cannabis and codify the ordinances in a new cannabis section of Title 130. Additional amendments address changes in state regulations that were enacted after voters passed the ballot measures, changes to the authorized zones for particular commercial cannabis uses, and other minor amendments. Staff is recommending the Planning Commission recommend the Board of Supervisors take the following actions:
1) Find that the adoption of the proposed amendments to Sections 130.14.290 (Measure N), 130.14.300 (Measure P), 130.14.310 (Measure Q), 130.14.320 (Measure R), 130.14.330 (Measure S), and the Matrix of Allowed Uses in Article 2 (Zones, Allowed Uses, and Zoning Standards) are not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15061(b)(3), 15060(c)(2), 15060(c)(3), 15305, and 15308 of the CEQA Guidelines and Business and Professions Code Section 26055(h), if extended.
2) Recommend approval of the following amendments:
i) Section 130.14.290 of Title 130, Article 9 of the El Dorado County Ordinance Code entitled “Commercial Cannabis Activities Permitting and Enforcement” renumbered as Section 130.41.100 of Title 130, Article 4, with amendments;
ii) Section 130.14.300 of Title 130, Article 9 of the El Dorado County Ordinance Code entitled “Outdoor and Mixed-Light Cultivation of Recreational Adult Use Cannabis” renumbered as Section 130.41.200 of Title 130, Article 4, re-titled “Outdoor and Mixe...

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