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US (CA): Santa Barbara-based cannabis project continues to implement more specific odor controls

A decision on permits for a cannabis cultivation operation on Santa Rosa Road near Buellton was delayed until January by the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission to give the operator time to add specific procedures for installing new equipment to the odor control plan.

Commissioners voted 3-2 to continue Central Coast Agriculture LLC’s application for a conditional use permit and a development plan for a 32-acre cannabis cultivation operation on a 68-acre site at 8701 Santa Rosa Road.

Chairwoman and 2nd District Commissioner Laura Bridley and 5th District Commissioner Dan Blough voted “no” on the motion to continue the item following the lengthy Dec. 2 hearing, which had been continued from Oct. 28.

“I support the project as submitted now,” Bridley said. Blough also said he was prepared to approve the project that day, as was 4th District Commissioner Larry Ferini. “I like the project,” Ferini said. “I don’t see too many problems with it.”


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