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t Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 11A Paid Political Advertisement 1. ALLOWS FAMILY FARMS TO CONTINUE TO FARM Many respected farms have been working in commercial cannabis in Plumas County for decades, staying mindful and working within local and state regulations. 2. REQUIRES STRICT REGULATORY OVERSIGHT FROM OVER HALF A DOZEN STATE AGENCIES California Department of Food and Agriculture California Department of Public Health Bureau of Cannabis Control California Regional Water Board County of Plumas Internal Revenue Service California Department of Tax and Fee Administration California Department of Pesticide Regulation California Department of Fish and Wildlife 3. GIVES PRIORITY TO RESIDENTS WITH ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES Just like the State gave precedence in application process to already established cannabis businesses, so does Plumas County. 4. ENHANCES OUR LOCAL ECONOMY AND EXISTING BUSINESSES Jobs will be made. When you buy local, it circulates more money locally, stimulating the workforce, quality of life, and improves the overall socioeconomic status of our communities. 5. PROTECTS OUR WATER AND RESOURCES Meticulous oversight and regulations must be followed from: California Regional Water Board, California Department of Food and Agriculture, CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Department of Public Health, Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch, Bureau of Cannabis Control, California Department of Pesticide Regulation. 6. RESPECTS THE RIGHTS OF NEIGHBORS Setbacks, odor, light restrictions, zoning, size restrictions, security and fence requirements, and no commer- cial licenses in residential. The beautiful valleys won't be littered with a sea of greenhouses and light blight. 7. ENSURES CITIZENS CAN OBTAIN MEDICINAL CANNABIS Local access is imperative. The closest state licensed cannabis retailer is Sacramento, too far for most to travel, and mailing is illegal. 8. ENSURES ALL COMMERCIAL CULTIVATION STAYS IN AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE ZONES, AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF TOWNS AND SCHOOLS. We understand the need for reserved cannabis activity, this is why cultivation is limited in size, quantity al- lowed, and location. 9. COLLECTS FEES AND TAXES THAT WILL COVER COSTS PLUS REVENUE THAT CAN BE USED FOR HEALTH, EDUCATIONAL, AND COMMUNITY CENTERED PROGRAMS. Wouldn't it be grand to see our Public Health Department serving the community efficiently because they have the resources to do so. 10. WILL PROVIDE REVENUE TO COMBAT ILLEGAL GROWS. With revenue from the permit fees and the tax, the county can actually combat black market endeavours. 11. IS A CONSERVATIVE APPROACH BY CITIZENS WHOM ATTENDED ALL OF THE CANNABIS MEETINGS, They've listened to all sides, they've even met one on one with the Supervisors. Every concern of the elected officials has been addressed. Measure B is the lengthiest and most detailed rich ordinance compared to every single municipality in California that has chosen to accept commercial cannabis. October 7th in Portola at the Portola Park, across from City Hall @ 10am. October 8th in Chester at The Ranch House @ Noon. Please come and learn more about Measure B. JOIN US IN VOTING YES ON MEASURE B, AND LET'S MAKE PLUMAS A PLACE WHERE FAMILIES, SMALL BUSINESSES, AND COMMUNITIES THRIVE. Paid for by the Plumas Residents for Measure B i t