Senate Bill 67, introduced by Senator McGuire as an urgency statute, seeks to alleviate the immediate danger confronting the cannabis industry by authorizing the revalidation of an expired temporary license if the licensee submitted an application for an annual or provisional state license before the licensee’s temporary license expiration date.
A month after Sonoma County was hit by a storm that caused historical floods, the Curbside Flood Debris Collection Program established in response to that disaster will come to an end.
As recovery efforts are underway after the 2019 Winter Storms & Flooding, Sonoma County continues to provide resources for community members impacted by this event.The Local Assistance Center (LAC) closed Saturday, March 9, 2019. However, residents can find services available by accessing our virtual LAC.Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to email@example.com.
The Local Assistance Center (LAC) in Guerneville,established to help residents impacted by the winter storms and floods in theRussian River area last week, will close on Saturday March 9, 2019.
The County of Sonoma is coordinating curbside debris collection to begin March 11 to assist Russian River communities with the significant amount of waste created by the flood disaster.
County Completes Initial Damage Assessments, Requests Assistance from Property Owners in Continuing Assessments
Local assessments pave the way for State and Federal organizations to determine community impacts
Effective January 1, 2019, the State's statutory authority to issue temporary cannabis licenses expired. The newer provisional cannabis license is intended to bridge the gap between temporary and annual licenses.