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October 4, 2016 –  ORDINANCE NO. 1036 N.S. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL PASO DE ROBLES, CALIFORNIA AMENDING CHAPTER 21.33 OF THE EL PASO DE ROBLES MUNICIPAL CODE TO REGULATE THE PERSONAL, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL USE OF

MARIJUANA

21.33.040Medical Use.

A. Cultivation of medical marijuana pursuant to Section 11362.77 of the California Health & Safety

Code is subject to the cultivation requirements laid out in Section 21.33.030 of this Chapter.

B. The establishment or operation of any medical marijuana collective, cooperative, dispensary,

operator, establishment, or provider shall be considered a prohibited use in all zoning districts of the City. No use permit, variance, building permit, or any other entitlement or permit, whether administrative or discretionary, shall be approved or issued for the establishment of any collective, cooperative, dispensary, operator, establishment, or provider in any zoning district, and no person shall otherwise establish such businesses or operations in any zoning district.

C. Exception. The establishment or operation of a medical marijuana delivery service is permitted

in the City, provided a use permit, variance, building permit, business license, and all other entitlements or permits have been approved pursuant to this Code.CC Ordinance 1036 N.S. Page 3 of 4 21.33.050 Commercial Use.

  The establishment or operation of any business of commercial marijuana activity is prohibited.

No use permit, variance, building permit, or any other entitlement or permit, whether administrative or

discretionary, shall be approved or issued for the establishment or operation of any such business or operation.

Such prohibited businesses or operations may include, but are not limited to:

1. The transportation, storage, distribution, or sale of marijuana, marijuana products, or manJuana

accessories;

2. The cultivation of marijuana;

3. The manufacturing or testing or marijuana, marijuana products, or marijuana accessories; or

4. Any other business licensed by the state or other government entity under Division 10 of the California

Business & Professions Code, as it may be amended from time to time.

October 5, 2016 – Paso Robles residents will face restrictions on recreational marijuana cultivation and sales, should state voters legalize the drug on Nov. 8.

The City Council on Tuesday approved a zoning ordinance amendment regulating recreational and commercial marijuana uses. The vote is in anticipation of Proposition 64, which would make recreational marijuana legal statewide. Medical marijuana became legal in California in 1996.

The amendment council members passed bars all commercial marijuana cultivation and recreational sales, although medical marijuana delivery services are permitted.

Under Proposition 64, local governments cannot ban indoor marijuana cultivation but can restrict it. Paso Robles’ amendment prohibits indoor marijuana cultivation in homes — residents are allowed to grow plants only in separate “accessory structures” with a permit.

Recreational marijuana uses would be legal in Paso Robles only if Proposition 64 becomes law.

The City Council is still accepting applications for the City Manager’s Task Force on Medical Marijuana, which will consider medical cultivation and sales separately from recreational regulations. To apply, visit www.prcity.com/government/advisorybodies or call the City Manager’s office at 805-237-3888. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. Oct. 12.