Nevada County’s Cannabis Regulation Community Advisory Group (CAG) has been meeting bi-weekly at the Foothills Event Center. Their goal is to give the Nevada County Board of Supervisors their proposals on developing a permanent, long-term cannabis ordinance. They aim to do so by March 2018.
The Foothills Event Center has played host to a wide variety of events and celebrations, from weddings and birthday parties to memorial services and business seminars. It’s only natural that our accommodating and adaptable event venue is able to host this important discussion that impacts our community.
The initial CAG meeting took place at The Foothills Event Center on Tuesday, June 13th and the second on Tuesday, June 27. There are several upcoming meetings scheduled, and the public is invited to attend. Meetings are slated for every other Tuesday from 2:00 to 5:00, here at the Foothills Event Center on 400 Idaho-Maryland Road in Grass Valley. Here’s the schedule for upcoming meetings:
- July 11
- July 25
- August 8
- August 22
- September 12
If you’re not able to attend (or are simply curious), NCTV is live-streaming these meetings on its website at NevadaCountyTV.org/watch-nevada-county-television. NCTV also posts video recordings of past meetings at Nevco.granicus.com.
At MyNevadaCounty.com, you can view meeting agendas and comment cards. You may submit a comment card to be summarized at the next meeting, provided it’s submitted within 48 hours prior. Find out more about comment cards at MyNevadaCounty.com.
A group of Nevada County residents applied and were selected as members of the CAG to represent the public. The debate is if Nevada County should permit commercial grows, or concentrate on personal marijuana grows for medicinal purposes. The CAG is also debating whether county residents should be allowed to have larger grows which would supply the state.
Read comments and debates made by Nevada County’s Cannabis Regulation Community Advisory Group in this article in The Union: Marijuana community advisory group discusses zoning, setbacks.
Discover how the Foothills Event Center can host your next celebration, meeting, or event by calling our Event Coordinators at 530-271-1000.
Mardie has been a successful and inspiring entrepreneur since 1981. The Foothills Event Center was created out of Mardie’s desire to enrich the community and provide a place to come together for celebrating, learning, sharing, and enjoying our rich Gold Country heritage. Rooted in her love of Nevada County, Mardie’s strong vision and desire to serve the community yielded the opportunity to revitalize the former Weaver property into a gathering place that we all can enjoy.
Her innovation and commitment to environmental responsibility contribute positively to our community and surroundings. With The Foothills Events Center, Mardie is creating the best experience for our clients and their guests, creating memories for generations.