Snohomish County Council Says NOPE to R5 Zone Pot Farms

Snohomish County Council has voted to implement a permanent ban on legal cannabis operations on a majority of the previously available farm land in the county, the R5 Zone.

By Shawn DeNae WASHINGTON: I am so disgusted, I could spit!  Snohomish County Council has voted to implement a permanent ban on legal cannabis operations on a majority of the previously available farm land in the county, the R5 Zone. The members of the R5 Cooperative were blind-sided by the reversal from Chair Dave Somers Read the full article…

Washington NORML Official Statement to Snohomish County Emergency Moratorium

We strongly support the repeal of this ordinance and would also like to remind Snohomish County officials that as they consider what action to take this next Wednesday that they should remember the will of the voters who brought them into office who also approved I-502 by 54.6%.

To whom it may concern, The Washington State Affiliate of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws would like to submit the attached report to be placed on the record & provided to the planning department and county council in response to Snohomish county’s recently enacted ordinance (14-086) preventing marijuana production from taking Read the full article…

Open Letter To Snohomish, WA Marijuana Companies

Marijuana Business Owners will be meeting On Sunday, September 28th from 2-4pm at the Firewheel Community Coffeehouse at 2727 Colby Ave in Everett to discuss the details of this development and to devise a strategy that represents the best interests of not only industry businesses, but for the local communities who voted to support marijuana legalization.

By Jamie Curtismith and Shawn DeNae, Washington Bud Co To Snohomish County Area Marijuana Business Owners- In August 2014, the Snohomish County Executive Council proposed draft regulations to put further restrictions on I-502 operations and limits where medical dispensaries can do business. Because of the political power and financial influence of one reefer mad developer, the Read the full article…

No Pot Shops In Snohomish, WA For At Least Six Months

Snohomish County Council is considering:

1)    Re-zoning the permitted R-5 zone from permitted to conditional use, and thus delaying and further complicating 502 development in the previously approved area. This could possibly also extend to and negatively impact existing MMJ Gardens.

WASHINGTON: The City Council voted unanimously last week to place a moratorium on recreational marijuana businesses. A public hearing on the moratorium is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 3 during the regularly scheduled council meeting. The six-month moratorium bans the production, processing, and retail sale of marijuana. The city’s position on marijuana still remains open, Mayor Karen Read the full article…