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2 Lompoc Valley Cannabis Projects Once Raided By Law Enforcement Get Architectural Review

Both Cebada Canyon cannabis farms that the North Board of Architectural Review discussed at the Jan. 31 meeting have been subjects of Cannabis Compliance Team investigations and enforcement actions, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department.

Some criminal convictions make cannabis business applicants or owners ineligible for permits, and people who have a business license suspended or revoked cannot get a license for three years, according to state code.

Being investigated or prosecuted for cannabis-related crimes does not disqualify someone from getting a permit, and the Planning and Development Department is required to process all applications that are submitted.

Herbal Angels is in a unique position of having its application on review board agendas shortly after an enforcement action, Planning Commissioner John Parke noted this week.

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Published: February 06, 2020

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