Called the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, the measure has led county officials to delay the formation of a community advisory group that would focus on local, medical marijuana grows until after the vote. This is necessary to avoid conflicts with new laws, and to avoid moving in a direction that may be incompatible with the state regulations as they may exist after the November election, said Alison Barratt-Green, county counsel. Supervisor Nate Beason, who served on the ad hoc committee that crafted the existing, temporary grow rules, said supervisors would appoint people to the advisory group. Those appointees would then hear from various interest groups, like educators, growers and law enforcement, before delivering recommendations to the Board of Supervisors. Theyre going to have a voice, said Beason of growers. Were not going to stack the deck. http://lovetylerward.universitypunjabi.org/2016/10/05/speedy-programs-of-career-information/The county attorney also said officials are considering the use of a facilitator to help with the process of creating medical marijuana grow regulations for Nevada County. Jonathan Collier, chairman of the Nevada County chapter of the California Growers Association, favors both the delay and the use of a facilitator. However, he wants new rules in place by March and the assurance any facilitator would be independent from the county. Someone whos not so deeply entrenched, Collier added.
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