US (CA): Antioch approves indoor cannabis cultivation business

And now Antioch will have two cannabis cultivation businesses.

The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved Delta Family Pharms Cannabis Cultivation’s proposal to operate at a business park at 2101 W. 10th St.

Rick Hoke plans to run the cannabis business in about 7,500 square feet of the 25,380-square-foot, multi-tenant building he owns. Inside will be a mother room where plant cuttings are taken, a clone room where plants are grown, five plant grow rooms, a plant trimming area and a cure room for drying plants.

Delta Family Pharms Cannabis Cultivation will share delivery space with Delta Dispensary, which is located in the westernmost corner of the building. That dispensary, which Hoke and his family also own, was approved in June 2019 and began operating in December of that year.

Members of the nearby Al Saddiq Community Center and Mosque had objected to Delta Dispensary at the time, saying it was too close to where children and families gather. The eastern edge of the new cultivation business will be 165 feet from the center.

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