In rural Northern Sonoma County, Permit Sonoma staff searched two properties for the presence of unpermitted cannabis operations. At the first property, inspectors discovered 13 greenhouses with over 4,000 cannabis plants. In addition, there were 76, 27-gallon containers full of processed cannabis, an unpermitted cargo container with electrical and mechanical systems, a 120 sq foot storage room with electrical, unpermitted grading, and a non-permitted 3,000 gallon fuel storage tank. Additional unpermitted structures included five occupied tents, a 2,500 sq multipurpose building, an occupied travel trailer, and other dangerous buildings.
At the second nearby property there were 600 cannabis plants, two 500 gallon propane tanks, hazardous electrical systems, sewage and grey water from two occupied travel trailers, non-op vehicle storage yard, and junkyard conditions. In addition, several other unpermitted structures were discovered including four greenhouses with electrical, three land-sea cargo containers, two drying rooms with hazardous electrical, a non-permitted dwelling unit with electrical and mechanical, unpermitted septic tanks, and substandard housing.
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