This can be a press launch from the Mendocino County Code Enforcement Division Division. The data has not been confirmed in a courtroom of regulation and any people described ought to be presumed innocent until proven guilty:
Along with what was previously reported in our last News Release, within the months of July and August 2021 the Mendocino County Code Enforcement Division carried out investigations concerning non-permitted industrial hashish cultivation on the listed areas under within the Willits/Laytonville areas. Any hashish cultivation over the Medical or Grownup Use exemption restrict (as outlined in Mendocino County Code Part 10A.17.030) is taken into account to be industrial cultivation. Please see the Mendocino County Code (MCC) Part 10A.17 for extra info.
Code Enforcement investigations confirmed that industrial hashish cultivation was happening at these areas with out both a County Cultivation Allow or a State Cultivation License, and/or cultivation was happening in violation of MCC Sec. 10A.17 necessities. It was decided that there have been vital neighborhood high quality of life issues in these neighborhoods. The accountable events abated the hashish crops after Code Enforcement engagement.
7/27/21 – 26000 Block of Maize Drive – 69 Hashish crops abated
8/12/21 – 6000 Block of Large John Highway – 90 Hashish crops abated
8/17/21 – 4000 Block of Branscomb Highway – 20 Hashish crops abated
8/17/21 – 54000 Block of Wildwood Drive – 33 Hashish crops abated
8/17/21 – 41000 Block of North Freeway 101 – 49 Hashish crops abated
8/23/21 – 3900 Block of Second Gate Highway – 331 Hashish crops abated
8/23/21 – 3700 Block of Ridgewood Highway – 84 Hashish crops abated
Code Enforcement intends to take extra motion as wanted to attain compliance with any non-permitted buildings at these areas.
The Code Enforcement Division receives all Hashish and Basic Code Violation complaints throughout the unincorporated areas of Mendocino County. Complaints will be made by visiting our web site at https://www.mendocinocounty.
org/government/planning- building-services/code- enforcement and submitting a web based grievance. It’s also possible to file a grievance by e mail at [email protected] mendocinocounty.org, or by telephone to (707) 234 6669. Hashish particular complaints can be filed by calling the Hashish Grievance Hotline at (844) 421-WEED(9333)