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California Lawmakers Say Pot Taxes Must be Cut to Help an Industry 'On the Brink'
SACRAMENTO — California lawmakers on Friday revived a proposal to temporarily cut taxes on marijuana to boost a legal market that one official said is “on the brink of collapse,” drawing encouragement from Gov. Gavin Newsom as he seeks to overhaul state pot regulators. Read more...>>
1/17/2020 3:42:36 PM
JURY CONVICTS INMATE OF POSSESSING MULTIPLE WEAPONS INSIDE SALINAS VALLEY STATE PRISON
Monterey County District Attorney Jeannine M. Pacioni announced today that a Monterey County jury convicted David Player, 38, an inmate at the Salinas Valley State Prison, of two counts of possession of stabbing instruments while confined to the Salinas Valley State Prison.
1/17/2020 1:38:07 PM
ILLEGAL CANNABIS CULTIVATION RESULTS IN FELONY CONVICTION
Monterey County DA Jeannine M. Pacioni announced today that Tom Hays Gries, age 44, was sentenced for a cannabis cultivation operation discovered at his property in May 2018. Gries received a three-year probation sentence and was ordered to serve 150 days in jail.
1/17/2020 1:35:33 PM
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Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Environmental Health Review Services is responsible to ensure that all wastewater treatment facilities in Monterey County that discharge treated sewage effluent to the ground surface are in compliance with Monterey County Code, Chapter 15.23, SEWAGE TREATMENT AND RECLAMATION FACILITIES. The purpose of this chapter is to minimize the potential nitrate impact on groundwater supplies from land disposal by sewage treatment operations within Monterey County. All applicable facilities must maintain an annual operating permit with the Environmental Health Bureau and submit a quarterly report which demonstrates the net impact to the groundwater aquifers will not exceed that of effluent containing six mg/1 nitrate-nitrogen.