Adding to its fast-growing repertoire of cannabis businesses, Woodlake approved site plans for Bosky Genetics Cannabis Facility at the July 21 city council meeting.
The cannabis cultivator plans to construct a new warehouse on Lago Avenue where they will grow marijuana in a climate-controlled setting. Jason Waters, Woodlake’s community services director, said the building permits will be the longest wait to get the new-build cannabis cultivator up and running.
“Honestly, with the [cannabis] conditional use permit, within 60 days we can get through that process,” Waters said.
Part of the cannabis industry’s flock to Woodlake comes from the city staff’s ability to help business through the local and state cannabis permitting processes quickly. In addition to the conditional use permit, a regulatory cannabis permit is needed to allow the business to operate within the city, as well as a state license to operate a cannabis business.
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