Posts Tagged ‘Recreational marijuana’

This Week’s Legislative Proposals: B & O Tax Changes, Home-growing Marijuana

The 2018 Legislative Session is underway and KOHO 101 keeps you up to date on happenings in Olympia that affect North Central Washington. House Republicans reintroduced a change to the Business & Occupation Tax they say will create jobs. A lawmaker from coastal Washington is working on a bill that would legalize small homegrows of…

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Chelan County Cannabis Farmers File Lawsuit Against County Zoning Rules

Chelan County commissioners unanimously voted last week to place tight new zoning and enforcement rules on growers of legal cannabis. The board finalized a set of rules that’s been under discussion since 2015, when they placed a moratorium on permitting any new marijuana farms in the county. The 2015 moratorium came about due to complaints…

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Chelan County Commission Update- Keith Goehner

Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the process of updating the county’s Shoreline Master Program and responding to property owners’ concerns, the county’s cannabis farm regulations going into effect and what that means for pot growers and processors, the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office finalizing new…

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Chelan County Commissioners Approve New, Stricter Cannabis Farm Rules

Chelan County commissioners unanimously voted Tuesday to place tight new zoning and enforcement rules on growers of legal cannabis. The board finalized a set of rules that’s been under discussion since 2015, when they placed a moratorium on permitting any new marijuana farms in the county. The 2015 moratorium came about due to complaints from…

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Chelan County Commissioners Set to Adopt New Marijuana Rules Today

After nearly two years of meetings, negotiations and still-lingering frustrations, the Chelan County Board of Commissioners is set to adopt new, stricter marijuana growing regulations. This follows complaints from residents hear pot farms about the smell, traffic and lights. Farmers say the new rules could likely put them out of business and are threatening a…

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