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Posted by: thepinetree on 04/06/2016 11:57 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 04/14/2016 10:17 PM
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Board Of Supervisors Are Back In Action On April 12th With A full Agenda (Updated With Meeting Video)

San Andreas, CA...The Calaveras Board Of Supervisors Are Back In Action On April 12th With A full Agenda  The agenda is enclosed...





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Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting
4/12/2016 8:30 AM
Board of Supervisors Chambers
891 Mountain Ranch Road   San Andreas, CA 95249



Call to Order
Roll Call
CLOSED SESSION AGENDA
1. Pursuant to Govt. Code section 54957.6, personnel matter: conference with Judy Hawkins, Deputy County Administrative Officer, Human Resources & Risk Management re: Sheriff’s Management Unit (SMU) negotiations; Human Resources Director – Board Action.
Pledge of Allegiance
Announcements
RECOGNITION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
2. Adopt a Proclamation recognizing April 2016 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
document Proclamation Printout
a. BOS 2016 -SA Awareness
3. Adopt a Proclamation recognizing Jeannie Hayward's service to Calaveras County.
document Proclamation Printout
a. 20160412 JHayward Proclamation
PUBLIC COMMENT (30 minutes)
Any item of interest to the public that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board and is not posted on the Consent or Regular agendas may be addressed during the Public Comment period. California law prohibits the Board from taking action on any matter which is not posted on the agenda unless it is determined to be an emergency by the Board of Supervisors. If Public Comment is completed before the 30 minute allotted time period, the Board may immediately move to the Regular Agenda
REGULAR AGENDA
4. Board Chair, Department Heads, CalOES and FEMA Update on Butte Fire Recovery
document Informational Item Printout
5. Provide direction to staff to adopt the conceptual plan for a proposed Calaveras County Tree Mortality (CCTM) Task Force; and (2) direct staff to establish a formal structure for the CCTM Task Force.
document Action Item Printout
6. Approve the Fourth Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement approved October 12, 2010, between Calaveras County and Mark Thomas & Company, Inc. For Rail Road Flat Road Bridge Design Services for additional engineering services in the amount of $41,254 for a not to exceed amount of $362,511.55 and extend the term date to December 31, 2017.
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. Fourth Amendment
b. Third Amendment
c. Second Amendment
d. First Amendment
e. Term Extension Letter
f. Original Agreement
7. Approve a Subdivision Improvement Agreement between Calaveras County and SimonCRE Via Soleri V, LLC as successor in interest to Vosti Properties, Inc. to guarantee completion of improvements associated with Tentative Parcel Map 2013-004
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. Subdivision Improvement Agreement
8. Adopt an Urgency Ordinance regarding Marijuana Cultivation & Commerce - requires a 4/5s vote of the Board
document Ordinance Printout
9. Adopt an Urgency Resolution Creating a Medical Cannabis Registration Fee--4/5 Vote Required.
document Resolution Printout
10. Appointment of applicants to serve on various Committees, Commissions, Advisory Boards and County Service Areas.
document Action Item Printout
11. Request the Board of Supervisor to rescind the decision to provide a paper agenda packet for the Board Room.
document Action Item Printout
CONSENT AGENDA
12. Minutes of Mar 29, 2016 5:30 PM
13. Authorize the Board Chair to sign an Agreement with Mark Twain Health Care District for the provision Healthier Living Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops resulting in $20,000 in revenue for the period of July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. MTHCD Agmt. Exp. 6-30-16
14. Authorize the purchase of a trailer for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) modifying the fixed asset list for Public Health Services, utilizing unexpended funds previously approved in the FY 2015-16 budget for a vehicle.
document Action Item Printout
15. Authorize the Board Chair to execute Amendment 02 to an Agreement with Asha Brock, LMFT for the provision of mental health services increasing the maximum amount payable from $50,000 to $63,000 for the period of July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2016.
document Action Item Printout
a. Brock Amdmt. 02 Exp. 6-30-16
b. Brock Amdmt. 01 Exp. 6-30-16
c. Brock Agmt Exp 6-30-16
16. Authorize Board Chair to execute an Agreement with Modesto Residential Living Center in an amount not to exceed $85,284 for the period of February 1, 2016 through January 31, 2018 for the provision of residential psychiatric services.
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. Modesto Residential Agmt. Exp. 1-31-18
17. Authorize the Deputy Director of Health and Human Services to sign amendment A02 to the Multi-Year Substance Use Disorder Services Agreement 14-90051 with the California Department of Health Care Services for the provision of drug and alcohol prevention and treatment services for three year term of July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2017.
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. DHCS SUD Amdmt. 02 Exp. 6-30-17
18. Authorize the Board Chair to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians for the provision of Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) services effective March 1, 2016.
document Non Resolution Agreement Printout
a. Tuolumne Mi-Wuk Tribal TANF Agmt.
19. Uphold Administrative Citation #16-02 Regarding Betty Jeff and Associates, authorizing a lien on the property for the recovery of assessed Administrative Costs, Administrative Fines, and Costs of Abatement, related to Code Compliance Administrative Citation #16-02.
document Action Item Printout
20. Adopt a Resolution accepting the completion of the Airport Rotating Beacon Replacement Project as complete and authorizing the Board Chair to execute the Notice of Completion.
document Resolution Printout
a. Gold Electric NOC
21. Adopt a Resolution accepting the completion of the Automated Weather Observation System Upgrade Project as complete and authorizing the Board Chair to execute the Notice of Completion.
document Resolution Printout
a. Vaisala NOC
22. Adopt a Resolution continuing a Local State of Emergency on Tree Mortality
document Resolution Printout
a. 10.30.15_Tree_Mortality_State_of_Emergency
23. Adopt a Resolution Continuing the Local State of Emergency.
document Resolution Printout
a. Original Declaration
24. Adopt a Resolution Continuing the Local Health State of Emergency by Environmental Health Director and County Health Officer
document Resolution Printout
a. Revised Health Officer Declaration with Jason Sig
25. Declare as surplus and subject to disposal one (1) 2010 El Dorado Transit Bus, one (1) 2009 International Transit Bus, one (1) 1998 Sheriff's Ford Ranger, one (1) 1996 Sheriff's Ford Bronco, and one (1) 1996 Sheriff's Marine Safety Boat (to be returned to State Boating and Waterways) and authorize the County Administrative Officer to dispose of the equipment pursuant to County Code.
document Action Item Printout
SUPERVISOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
26. Board Member Announcements - In compliance with AB1234, chaptered as Government Code Section 53232.3(d), this is the time for board members to report on meetings attended on behalf of the County and to carry out their duties as a County Supervisor.
UPCOMING ITEMS -- TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
May 2016: PACE Program
June 14 - 17, 2016: FY 16/17 Budget Hearings
September 2016: General Plan Update



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I hope.
Posted on: 2016-04-07 02:00:45   By: Anonymous
 
I hope they have a good meeting, because a good meeting means a happy meeting.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2016-04-07 09:50:17   By: Anonymous
 
I hope they have a good meeting. The supervisors have to show up first.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2016-04-12 15:07:05   By: Anonymous
     
    well, not really..only the 3 that control the board need to show up. everyone knows no matter what, they have the final say. why even bother with meetings? just ask Oliveira, Kearney and Edson what they want.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2016-04-07 10:11:30   By: Anonymous
 
Its the 5 As- Scratchers

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Why us?
Posted on: 2016-04-07 12:02:22   By: Anonymous
 
At some point the supervisors need to tell us why we should welcome marijuana growers when all our neighboring counties don't want them. What is it that those counties know that we don't understand?

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-07 12:16:03   By: Anonymous
     
    Open Palm=$

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 15:13:54   By: Anonymous
       
      ANYONE who calls themselves "environmentalists" and grow pot, are LIARS

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-12 17:29:21   By: Anonymous
         
        True words right there.

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 20:29:20   By: Anonymous
         
        So, growing pot on my land means I'm not an environmentalist? I grow three plants, add only compost to the soil, and I'm an evil person?

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          Re: "I grow three plants...."
          Posted on: 2016-04-15 23:05:51   By: Anonymous
           
          Thank God, buddy- I say this with absolutely no irony or sarcasm at all:

          YOU are the kind of low key, careful, backyard pot farmer and consumer that we WANT in this county. Grow a little weed, get high here and there. Dont be a lazy ass and get a "medical" marijuana card- grow and harvest your own sh*t. Don't try to make gigantic profits off the backs of taxpayers. Big Marijuana is the road to hell....

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-15 23:49:48   By: Anonymous
           
          Yeah, you're killing some bats & some blind cave fish, or something.
          I red it right here a few weeks ago, so it's got to be true and correct.

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-07 13:11:17   By: Anonymous
     
    They really believe they will get tax dollars that will get the county out of their financial hole.

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-07 13:28:44   By: Anonymous
     
    This County, and our neighboring Counties are in the State of California.
    California voters passed medical cannabis legislation back in the 90's.

    It's pretty simple really, unless you wish to put up an Arizona flag in your yard & pretend you live there.

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-07 15:29:48   By: Anonymous
       
      True it did pass but, still can control local laws in format we can all abide by, not make it the mess it has become. It has evolved way to easy the way it has been going. Everybodys brothers grandma has started growing it around here. Just look out the window. Only way it's supporting locals is at hardware store. Not paying for moving of thousands of yards of soil, fees for the roads encroachment. I was at a few never once saw county inspector. Only for a well seal inspected, no septic,classified was for a dwelling they said. How can they get away from the fees and I cannot.

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-07 17:32:07   By: Anonymous
       
      Yes voters did pass it. But they didn't mean for the 5000 plant grows or 99 plants on EVERY parcel. I am surrounded by growers. It used to be a residential neighborhood. now it's just grows.

      I hate that people are coming in, plowing down our ridgetops & cutting down the trees to grow marijuana. They won't be here 5 years from now and have NOTHING to offer the communities they grow in. Kinda like slash and burn farming...

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-09 15:44:33   By: Anonymous
         
        Can someone explain why razing the land to plant 1000's of acres of grapes for wine is fine, but 3000 square feet (99 plants) of medicine that relieves suffering is terrible?

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-10 14:34:47   By: Anonymous
           
          Or almonds, walnuts, cherries, or any other agricultural commodity?

          Why are some of you NIMBY whiners so hell-bent and focused on selectively demonizing this crop?

          News flash: It's about the only thing Calaveras has going. Poke this bear at your own peril!

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            Re: Why us?
            Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:22:47   By: Anonymous
             
            Because cherry growers don't profit from poisoning others and feed on the weak. There is a special place reserved in hell for those who prey on others.

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            "Poke that bear"?! Shut up, f*#ck face....
            Posted on: 2016-04-13 23:57:34   By: Anonymous
             
            Yeah, fool...look at the $ numbers for Calaveras County tourism. Just ask Kelly Wooster....Only a person who is somehow completely unfamiliar with the internet would say such a useless thing: Calaveras County tourism whoops ass on every single product we produce here. Wine brings 'em in by the bus load. Skiing, hiking, Big Trees, Ebbetts Pass, Ironstone, Frog Jump, Irish Days, gold panning, cabin life....you name pretty much any type of tourism, and it's big bucks. That's a flat fact, and no amount of medical marijuana abuse or production can change it.

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              Re: "Poke that bear"?! Shut up, f*#ck face....
              Posted on: 2016-04-15 11:07:31   By: Anonymous
               
              "Wine brings 'em in by the bus load"

              Great, so we get to be constantly barraged by folks with a serious drug habit, great.

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:20:22   By: Anonymous
           
          Because you are poisoning our children.

          Enough with your bogus straw man.

          Run the dopers out.

          Move to Afghanistan if you want to be a local drug lord.

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-13 09:54:52   By: Anonymous
           
          grow CBD with low THC (medicine) and see if anyone buys it..

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          Grape vines vs. Pot Plants
          Posted on: 2016-04-13 23:56:31   By: Anonymous
           
          Grapes vines are there for the long haul, producing stable crops year after year for large corporate farms that consistently employ hundreds of people and bring gazillions of dollars to Murphys alone- not to mention the millions of bottles of wine Calaveras county sends out to the rest of the world yearly.

          Pot growers grow and harvest until the land is exhausted and depleted, the stinky, self-righteous hippies are exhausted and depleted (and perhaps finally grow the hell up!), and their particular pot (stick your insistence on using the word "cannibas" up stupid, baked butt) crop is a no longer fashionable strain. Then they move on to decimate another gutless county.....over and over and over.

          Don't believe it? Too stupid to consider it? Get the facts from Colorado, unless you're completely selfish, unteachable, pot-addicted, and greedy. Then you just continue right on aggravating the citizens of Mountain Ranch....I can't wait to see what happens. Rise up, Mt. Ranch, RR Flat, Glencoe....nothing wrong with peaceful protest. What a sight....filthy, righteous, screaming, dread-locked pot farmers screaming expletives at 60+ retirees....what a sight that'll be on CBS, NPR, Fox and The Huffington Post.

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-12 15:15:12   By: Anonymous
         
        get the "farmers" the hell out of MY county

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-12 17:30:33   By: Anonymous
           
          Amen to that.

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:23:53   By: Anonymous
           
          Here here. Run them out.

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-14 12:44:25   By: Anonymous
           
          YOUR County? why would you consider it yours? Because you live in it? Grow up!

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 15:08:33   By: Anonymous
       
      ya try living next door to a full blow pot farm and see how much you love it. Control where they can grow. Nothing wrong with growing, but not when you have neighbors right next door.

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 15:09:36   By: Anonymous
       
      There is no real cash in medical THC, it is a scam

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-07 15:12:03   By: Anonymous
     
    Consider the wasted time spent over the years with CAMP all the tax payers money they spend. Consider the failed policy of enforcement commenced by Nixon. Freedom of info act released recent documents that stated Pres. Nixon designated Marijuana a schedule 1 drug to damage Black people and war sympathizers! Cant stop the cultivation FACT. Better to regulate it, prevent people polluting the environment and promote income for the county. Legality and abundance will create a lower price point. This will drive out the crime aspect and the real cartels who ruin our national forests

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:45:52   By: Anonymous
       
      Camp: I love the smell of napalm in the morning....

      Bring them back - death from above to dopers!

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-14 10:47:15   By: Anonymous
         
        death from above to dopers? Really! be careful with statements like

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-15 07:25:20   By: Anonymous
           
          Yes, cold hard death. That's all you scumbags deserve

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-14 12:46:58   By: Anonymous
         
        You obviously dont pay taxes or if you do, dont care how your tax dollars are spent. Those that bark the loudest are the most foolish and generally least educated. Yes that would be you

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-07 16:08:56   By: Anonymous
     
    There is a lawsuit a brewing board of sups if you don't do the right thing and regulate the heck out of them and get the revenue needed to investigate all the crime that will occur. It ain't a clean business and a lot of that pot will end up in your kid's dresser drawers, not to mention the incredible amount of ground water depleted from many un-permitted wells and the crap they dump in their processes.
    Calaveras County is doomed if someone doesn't take control.

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-07 19:39:56   By: Anonymous
       
      unpermitted wells! are you serious? You have s&$t between your ears and brain

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        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-07 23:05:05   By: Anonymous
         
        Have family that drilled wells partner----Never said that-when you learn how to read that was ONLY time a inspector was about, around your supposed house to show what you do not show. Because why? You all hide behind now burned up bush.

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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-10 14:39:08   By: Anonymous
       
      There is a lawsuit a brewing board of sups if you don't do the right thing and regulate the heck out of them and get the revenue needed to investigate all the crime that will occur. It ain't a clean business and a lot of that pot will end up in your kid's dresser drawers, not to mention the incredible amount of ground water depleted from many un-permitted wells and the crap they dump in their processes.
      Calaveras County is doomed if someone doesn't take control.


      People like you make for the worst kind of fear monger... fire and brimstone will result unless you do things my way!

      Lawsuits, really? You clearly don't know the first thing about how our laws work. You should keep your poorly-educated and fear-based opinions to yourself, as they are of help and guidance to no one.



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      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:32:23   By: Anonymous
       
      County needs to grow some balls and run them out.

      If your neighbor grows dope, shun them. Shame them with signage.

      Refuse to do business with them (listening Al and other mountain ranch business people?)

      Report them to the IRS and the EPA, etc.

      If you hear gun fire, don't report it. Let them bleed out.

      Death to dopers.

      [Reply ]

        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-13 11:43:51   By: Anonymous
         
        buddy of mine has an ultralight and has already begun dumping roundup

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          Re: Why us?
          Posted on: 2016-04-14 14:54:28   By: Anonymous
           
          Aerial application of a broad spectrum herbicide on to another person's private property... that's called a FELONY, you insufferable douche.

          [Reply ]

        Re: Why us?
        Posted on: 2016-04-14 10:50:32   By: Anonymous
         
        again with death threats! why you are posting Anonymous

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    Re: Why us?
    Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:27:37   By: Anonymous
     
    would you jump of a bridge if all the neighboring counties did?

    [Reply ]

      Re: Why us?
      Posted on: 2016-04-12 22:42:58   By: Anonymous
       
      No, but joining them when they exhibit a little common sense would be a good idea.

      Get some common sense: Drop the sensimillia!

      [Reply ]

      Re: Why us? but?
      Posted on: 2016-04-15 10:58:54   By: Anonymous
       
      What County will the bridge be in?

      [Reply ]

No Subject
Posted on: 2016-04-07 13:41:11   By: Anonymous
 
Lunch Menu Surf & Turf on the taxpayers.

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sasa
Posted on: 2016-04-08 00:19:03   By: Anonymous
  Edited By: thepinetree
On: 2016-04-12 13:20:30


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sasa
Posted on: 2016-04-08 00:19:39   By: Anonymous
  Edited By: thepinetree
On: 2016-04-12 13:20:51


[Reply ]

sasa
Posted on: 2016-04-08 00:20:28   By: Anonymous
  Edited By: thepinetree
On: 2016-04-12 13:21:12


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    Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
    Posted on: 2016-04-13 06:58:52   By: Anonymous
     
    Many anti medical pot folks seem to ignore what is a real threat to the land and water.
    The bucolic vineyards in the county are seen as pure, wholesome, when they are examples of chem grow .The land is doused with Round-Up, a WHO named carcinogen , yet with most legal grows in Calavaeras county are organic.
    It appears some have bought the Monsanto myth that Round-Up is benign.
    Far from it, as countries are now banning it's use, and GMO crops that are sprayed with it.

    The reefer madness paranoia parroted by some in the county simply does not jive with the data on marijuana. Alcohol is attributed to many traffic accidents, and deaths in the county, marijuana no.There were a few incidents but as Sheriff Kuntz related, this was in relation to the size of the industry in the county very small.

    What is needed is a rational discussion, and regulation.

    [Reply ]

      Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
      Posted on: 2016-04-13 07:14:51   By: Anonymous
       
      I didn't know Kuntz was still sheriff.

      [Reply ]

        Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
        Posted on: 2016-04-13 07:15:48   By: Anonymous
         
        Turns out the Latino caucus was right....ALL supervisors should be recalled........

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          Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
          Posted on: 2016-04-13 09:09:34   By: Anonymous
           
          BOYCOTT COUNTRY CLIFF'S

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            Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
            Posted on: 2016-04-13 16:49:13   By: Anonymous
             
            Might also save you from food poisoning.

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            Re: BOYCOTT COUNTRY CLIFFS
            Posted on: 2016-04-14 01:21:14   By: Anonymous
             
            Better idea: Pickett the crap out of Country Cliffs Restaurant in San Andreas. Pickett at the pot dispensaries. Pickett at Senders Market. How about we all march in the Frog Jump parade? Quietly, politely, steadily, unshakeable in our commitment to keeping Big Marijuana out of Calaveras county. What if we just made decency and democracy work for us? Hmmmmm......

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              Re: BOYCOTT COUNTRY CLIFFS
              Posted on: 2016-04-14 14:57:04   By: Anonymous
               
              Please do. Step your mouthbreathing asses out into the public and identify yourselves...so that we all know who to laugh at, take pity upon, and avoid.



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                Re: "Please do...."
                Posted on: 2016-04-14 17:17:05   By: Anonymous
                 
                ....while the growers, retailers, and employees hide their own identities behind the self-righteous shield of "medicinal" marijuana. Hmmmm.....what if the pot pushing retailer is a failed home town newspaper ad man or bar and grill owner? What if the pot head is not making enough money as, say, an electrician? Or musician? Perhaps the pot heads' own personal media outlet is not doing so well. Will they come to a peaceful demonstration attended by committed anti-"medical" marijuana activists? Doubtful....the pot heads are too intellectually afraid to even consider or recognize their own addiction, as well as the health and addiction issues of other ill and perhaps vulnerable people.

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                  Re: "Please do...."
                  Posted on: 2016-04-15 07:31:15   By: Anonymous
                   
                  They profit from poisoning the weak. Worst kind of criminal there is.

                  Death is the least they should suffer.

                  Once you leave the corrupt western world, death is the standard sentence for these corrupting scumbags.

                  [Reply ]

              The Spelling Otter.
              Posted on: 2016-04-15 11:34:16   By: Anonymous
               
              It's "picket".

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      Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
      Posted on: 2016-04-13 09:26:23   By: Anonymous
       
      o'l mary jane kills too. It does not mix well with machinery - especially cars.

      The recent fatalities on 108 were due to a doper.

      Stop it with your weak straw man arguments already!

      [Reply ]

        Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
        Posted on: 2016-04-14 14:59:06   By: Anonymous
         
        ^Funny how this Einstein builds his own strawman claims within a sentence where he accuses another of the same.

        Shaking my head in disbelief at your unbearable stupidity...

        [Reply ]

      Re: Medical Grows VRS Round-Up Wine
      Posted on: 2016-04-14 14:26:52   By: Anonymous
       
      LIAR

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WOW
Posted on: 2016-04-13 16:52:53   By: Anonymous
 
There is a lot of hate, anger and threats of death in these posts.
Medical marijuana helped my husband when no other pain medicine would help. He had the approval of all of his specialists as they couldn't help him. When he found it wasn't helping as much he stopped. He suffered great pain for 7 months until he passed away. I felt so helpless. You need to remember it is legal for medicinal use. He was not a young pup but a senior member of our community. He was thankful to those who grew it legally so he could be pain free for a few years. Walk a mile in the shoes of someone in such pain that
any movement hurt, then say it doesn't have a place in helping.
You must all be for big pharma, they want their drugs paid for and then make more $$$ when someone has to take something stronger and stronger. Very addictive world for big pharma,
they are addicted to money money and more money!

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    Re: WOW
    Posted on: 2016-04-13 20:19:26   By: Anonymous
     
    I'm sorry for your loved one's suffering but wonder, if THC is such a wonder drug for those suffering, why isn't it prescribed by a medical practitioner and available for pick up with an insurance card at any pharmacy? Why is it that pot has to be purchased at a "dispensary"?
    This whole *bleep*aree is a scam, plain & simple. I've no doubt that THC does have medical benefits.
    Let's treat it as a legit med and rid ourselves of the BS surrounding "medical grows" and "dispensaries".

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    To the lady whose husband died...
    Posted on: 2016-04-14 00:37:02   By: Anonymous
     
    I'm so glad you took the time to write about your experience on here. Your husband was a PERFECT example of the type of person that compassionate California voters had in mind when they approved the production and smoking of small amounts of marijuana for medical use. We all thought that it would help those who were TRULY ill and suffering. We had no idea of the consequences that would be brought about by the forces of greed, stupidity and addiction. Your husband was in the tiny percentage of seriously ill folks who were helped by pot....and what a tiny percentage it has turned out to be....

    But, as is plain to all, Big Marijuana is making a mockery of that compassion. Greedy, self-righteous, addicted pot "farmers" and "medical" pot dispensary owners and employees are selling their harmful products to PERFECTLY HEALTHY PEOPLE, who won't admit they just want to be stoned. There is no such thing as medical marijuana for the majority of people who are buying their weed at Little Trees- they just want to get high. And maybe drive their cars up and down Hwy. 4. Or teach in our classrooms. Or fill prescriptions. Or log. Or drive a log truck. Or a million other things that they somehow feel safe in doing under the ridiculous guise of the "medical" marijuana delusion. Pot stays in your blood stream and affects everyone physiologically a LOT longer than alcohol. Moderate drinkers and pot smokers are not hurting a soul, hopefully. But if you're so addicted that you need a medical pot card- well, you also need to lose your license. There are a great many prescription medicines that are labeled " Caution: do not drive", etc. Pot should be regulated the same way. Wanna' smoke? No car for you....

    It's just common sense that everyone should have access to regulated canibinoid- based, researched and proven prescription products. Not a bong, or a vaporizer, or a joint.

    Addicted adults masquerading as "medicinal marijuana warriors" are just pathetic. They are not interested in helping those who are in chronic pain, or at the end of their lives. They only want reliable access to their drug.

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      Re: To the lady whose husband died...
      Posted on: 2016-04-14 17:49:52   By: Anonymous
       
      Most of your post is right on. However, I doubt that very many, if any, log truck drivers are stoned while driving or even smoke at all. I believe that any person holding a "Class A" license (such as a log truck driver) is subject to random drug testing that would reveal the use of pot - at least the drivers for SPI are. After all, as you correctly state, it stays detectable in a person's urine for at least 30 days or longer. If you smoke and you are subject to testing, you are playing roulette. Please be a little more selective in your assumptions as to who is driving stoned. Personally, I'd be a little more worried about all the skiers and snowboarders coming up highway 4 all winter.

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        Ummm...right- truck drivers don't use drugs:
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 00:00:57   By: Anonymous
         
        NTSB, July, 2015:
        Regular studies and toxicological tests on truck drivers by the NTSB have revealed the following:
        1)Up to 35% of all truck drivers who die in truck accidents test positive for some kind of illegal drugs.
        2)The drugs that are most used by truck drivers are: alcohol and marijuana (at 13% of all drugs used), cocaine (9%), amphetamines/methamphetamines (7%), other stimulants (5%), with phencyclidine (PCP) and codeine being used in less than 1% of the cases involving truck driver fatalities.
        3)Drug usage, including alcohol, by truck drivers is the second largest contributing factor for truck accidents.
        4)Of all the truck drivers who are involved in truck accidents due to fatigue, 33% also test positive for drug use.
        5)The instances of truck accidents due to drug usage by the truck drivers seem to be at their highest on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays.
        6)Truck drivers who are separated or divorced, test positive for drug use more often than those who are married or in meaningful relationships.
        These studies show that drug abuse is a significant cause of truck accidents, which take the lives of as many as 5,000 people every year. There is an immediate need to enforce, and monitor the enforcement of, rules that disallow truck drivers from using alcohol or other drugs prior to driving any kind of big truck.

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        Ummm...right- truck drivers don't use drugs:
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 00:00:57   By: Anonymous
         
        NTSB, July, 2015:
        Regular studies and toxicological tests on truck drivers by the NTSB have revealed the following:
        1)Up to 35% of all truck drivers who die in truck accidents test positive for some kind of illegal drugs.
        2)The drugs that are most used by truck drivers are: alcohol and marijuana (at 13% of all drugs used), cocaine (9%), amphetamines/methamphetamines (7%), other stimulants (5%), with phencyclidine (PCP) and codeine being used in less than 1% of the cases involving truck driver fatalities.
        3)Drug usage, including alcohol, by truck drivers is the second largest contributing factor for truck accidents.
        4)Of all the truck drivers who are involved in truck accidents due to fatigue, 33% also test positive for drug use.
        5)The instances of truck accidents due to drug usage by the truck drivers seem to be at their highest on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays.
        6)Truck drivers who are separated or divorced, test positive for drug use more often than those who are married or in meaningful relationships.
        These studies show that drug abuse is a significant cause of truck accidents, which take the lives of as many as 5,000 people every year. There is an immediate need to enforce, and monitor the enforcement of, rules that disallow truck drivers from using alcohol or other drugs prior to driving any kind of big truck.

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2016-04-15 01:02:23   By: Anonymous
       
      ^^ this post rocks!

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Pot cultivation is ruinous to Calaveras county-
Posted on: 2016-04-14 10:38:52   By: Anonymous
 
Marijuana cultivation has many harmful effects on streams and rivers, while farmers of more established crops sometimes collect and store water during the rainy season to use during the summer and fall, marijuana growers usually divert water straight from streams during the dry season. Reducing already low water levels threatens the survival of salmon, amphibians, and other animals. As the water levels drop, temperatures go up and stress animals. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that marijuana plants are two times thirstier than the region’s staple crop, grapes. In some cases, sections of streams dry out completely.

Pollution is another big problem. Forest clearing, land terracing, and road construction often occur right next to streams and rivers and lead to erosion. Fine sediment runs directly into streams, damaging spawning and rearing habitat for endangered species like coho salmon and steelhead trout. Pesticides and herbicides contaminate the water. Diesel often leaks from generators set up to pump water to plants, polluting streams and further stressing fish and amphibians. California Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Scott Bauer said marijuana cultivation is probably the number one threat to salmon survival in Northern California.

Hey, potheads, did you catch that? Marijuana plants suck up TWICE the water of grapes. Where are pot "farmers" getting their water? Marijuana growers only care about their crop, not the earth. Addicts are always selfish and self-centered, but pot growers and retail distributors are busily spreading their childish delusions about toxic "medicine" to the good people of our county and nation.....and be aware that, like any addict, they'll shamelessly lie to protect their income and access to their drug.




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Do our Calaveras county supervisors smoke recreational/medicinal pot?
Posted on: 2016-04-14 10:46:58   By: Anonymous
 
Ok, BOS- the citizens of Calaveras county will find out, one way or another: Do any of you frequently smoke recreational or so-called "medicinal" pot? If so, you must recuse yourself from any decisions on this issue.

You can lie, stall, and prevaricate....but you can't hide.

Don't give us any crap about your personal and/or medical privacy. If one of our supervisors is, for example, hooked on alcohol or abusing prescription opioids, then voters have a right to know that their supervisor is incapacitated by addiction. Same with pot addiction....

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    Re: Do our Calaveras county supervisors smoke recreational/medicinal pot?
    Posted on: 2016-04-14 12:50:34   By: Anonymous
     
    I know people several BOS members went to high school with and yes they have been known to puff the weed. The ones that are over weight from non stop food consumption

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The "medical marijuana" lie makes ill & vulnerable people SICKER:
Posted on: 2016-04-14 10:58:24   By: Anonymous
 
The Alternative Daily, 2015:
"In Los Angeles, scientists collected samples of medical marijuana to test them for chemicals. Some samples contained 1,600 times what is considered the legal digestible amount for pesticide residues. Many of these residues came from products that should not have been used to grow marijuana at all. Individuals who are prescribed medicinal marijuana already have health issues, and are therefore much more vulnerable to the pesticides. This is especially true when it comes to people who are suffering from liver disease. In reality, marijuana has often been proven to be coated in toxic substances that can make people sick, or sicker if they already have a health condition."

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Michael Oliveira: WAKE UP DUMB ASS!!
Posted on: 2016-04-15 00:26:14   By: Anonymous
 
Why the hell do you support this marijuana *bleep* when the majority of your constituents don't want big pot growers ruining our county? I voted for you because I thought Calloway was too liberal, but now I regret wasting my vote on you. How much money are you getting to support these bastards? What kinds of favors are you doing for each other? You think this is about personal property rights and capitalism? Did you just think your job was about the logging jamboree and the 4th of July parade?! You fool- the people who voted you in are conservatives. Don't show your chicken *bleep* face in the upper highway 4 corridor until you can actually represent the people who voted for you! Get the pot pushers and destructive farmers the hell out of our county- or we'll send your ass off to Stanislaus county to live in the mess the pot industry made there-and you can think about how you kicked your own ass. -Arnold old timer

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    Re: Michael Oliveira: WAKE UP DUMB ASS!!
    Posted on: 2016-04-15 10:54:47   By: Anonymous
     
    ^ I voted for mike because his mustache looks better than Calloways did.

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    Re: Michael Oliveira: WAKE UP DUMB ASS!!
    Posted on: 2016-04-15 11:06:27   By: Anonymous
     
    Mr. O has many constituants and is doing his job well! He is open minded with considerable experience dealing with people of all walks of life. That is why he is letting it go to the ballot so the people can weigh in. It is his job to look at all options and better to regulate what you cant stop

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      Re: Michael Oliveira: will say ANYTHING to get a vote:
      Posted on: 2016-04-15 23:22:05   By: Anonymous
       
      From The Copper Gazette, Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
      Michael Oliveira's EXACT words to reporter Charity Maness:

      RE: Crime in Calaveras County:
      "We have a crime problem. More violent crime is coming in." While the State pays for CNET, a state narcotics enforcement team, "there is not enough man power to train Narcotic officers and there is an impending hiring freeze and possible cuts coming this year." "We must have a (law enforcement) presence...most property crimes are a result of narcotics use, we must get a handle on this."


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    Re: Michael Oliveira: If it's not about $$$, don't bother him!
    Posted on: 2016-04-15 23:45:54   By: Anonymous
     
    Oliveira is a flatlander and will remain a flatlander. He was an obnoxious vacation cabin guy until he moved to Arnold in 2006, and then he decided our way of life was about "progress" and the almighty dollar. He looked around and there wasn't a Starbucks or a Walmart in sight....From sheriffs volunteer to supervisor....more money, right Michael? He touted his law enforcement credentials, and then helped grease the skids for even more scuzzies to move in and decimate places like beautiful Mt.Ranch with acres of so-called medical marijuana. Oliveira's objections to the medical marijuana rush in our county all consist of various zoning concerns and ordinances. He doesn't care about environmental degradation or addiction issues one damn bit....I guess he thinks addicts aren't among the folks in his district. He doesn't feel the need to represent the poorest and the most helpless in our county-just the money makers. Mr. Oliveira is consistently clueless about the origins of crime in our county. It's easy, "Mr. O"- boot the pot predators out and concentrate on meth and opioid abuse. Listen to your godd*mn constituents, not just the whining addicts and pot farmers. Pot heads are like children in their addicted helplessness- and you'll never placate a screaming child by giving in to the screaming. What next? Medical meth? Talk about a money maker, Mike...

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      Re: Michael Oliveira: If it's not about $$$, don't bother him!
      Posted on: 2016-04-18 22:23:41   By: Anonymous
       
      "and you'll never placate a screaming child by giving in to the screaming. "

      More than just a little ironic that you can't see yourself as the screaming child here...

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Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
Posted on: 2016-04-15 01:06:18   By: Anonymous
 
Here's a taste of what's going on here in Calaveras county, courtesy of Chico:

Big marijuana grows moving into foothills, bringing environmental damage
By HEATHER HACKING-Staff Writer
POSTED: 08/26/15, 12:01 AM PDT

The days of the happy hippie growing marijuana for himself and a few friends has been replaced by a "free-for-all," wildlife managers said.

Motivated by profit, people from other states are moving to Northern California, where there are wooded areas, not enough law enforcement and pot-friendly communities.

While one pot garden isn't a problem, having many grows in one area adds up, wildlife watchers said.

The public has heard horror stories from the worst scenarios — where people hike into the back woods, haul backpacks filled with chemicals, then hope there isn't a raid before harvest. Often, Mexican nationals are arrested.

Yet, the trend has been for marijuana growers to move into better growing areas, particularly elevations of 500-1,500 feet, closer to roads and communities. Some might even look like legal grows, and have Proposition 215 signs posted, but too many plants.

Brad Henderson, an environmental scientist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, has studied Google Earth satellite images to spot marijuana grows.

"If you look at aerial photographs and see 50 grows in a watershed," it's an environmental problem, Henderson said.

Fifty grows isn't an exaggeration, he noted.

Landowners duped, more growers migrate

In areas where marijuana growing looks hospitable, people have been known to come in and lease or pay a low downpayment for purchase of a property, then make no other payments, said Clint Snyder, assistant executive officer of the Central Valley Regional Water Quality board.

By the time the landowner checks in, the pot has been grown and the people have left a mess behind.

This becomes a cleanup nightmare for the property owner.

Other times, the property owner endorses the grow, or has been told it will be an organic grow, said DeWayne Little, who works in wildlife protection for California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

The problem has increased in recent years as California has become a popular destination for people who want to grow, but can't in their home state. Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey said Northern California is being "invaded" by people from Texas, Arizona and Colorado.

The landowner might even think it's a legitimate grow for a marijuana cooperative, he said.

Specific areas mentioned included Feather Falls, Cohasset, Concow, and throughout Shasta and Tehama counties.

Drug agencies go after the big grows, but there's plenty of "wiggle room" for other growers to prosper, the men said.

People who are willing to take a chance hope to grow a big profit and then move on, the sources agreed.

"It's gotten so bad that cartels have moved into the outskirts of communities, and out of the national forest. They're buying, leasing or renting property under the guise of 215 grows," Little continued.

Fertilizers in forest lands

People choose sites where trees hide the area.

"Forest soil is sterile and species are adapted to a relatively nutrient-deficient environment," Little said.

Growers often create three-foot-diameter pots with imported soil. Nutrients wash away, and more are added.

Cannabis has nutrient needs similar to corn, Henderson said, and you wouldn't grow corn on forest soil. Growers add even more fertilizer because they want the biggest boost in a single season, he continued.

Fertilizers flow into creeks and feed algae.

In the late summer and fall, the algae dies. When the plants decompose, oxygen is drawn from the water, and fish die, Little said.

Someone growing a garden or landscaping for a home wouldn't add massive fertilizers, the sources added.

Water issues

Marijuana is a thirsty plant and may need up to 10 gallons a day per plant in hot weather, Henderson said.

If one grower has 100 plants, the water needs add up. If there are dozens of large grows in the area, the water runs out.

Henderson has witnessed "unbelievably clever" systems for drawing water from creeks.

Fish, frogs, insects and other species need clean, cool water. Lower water flow raises the temperatures, and fish disease spreads rapidly.

The same goes for insects, which are the food for fish.

Henderson said property owners have seen creeks run dry where there has been continuous water for decades.

By the time the problem is tracked down, the marijuana grower might be gone, the men said.

When there isn't enough water, it's not uncommon for people to truck in water. Little said people will go to a creek or river and fill up 1,000-2,000 gallon tanks. He's even seen water-tender trucks (used by firefighters and construction crews) heading up into the hills in Shasta County.

District Attorney Ramsey said there is no way of knowing how many wells have been drilled specifically for marijuana grows, but a lot of new wells have been drilled.

Soil movement/erosion

Then there is flat-out illegal movement of soil. Wooded areas are typically sloped, and often leveled for pot gardens.

When a house is built, there are rules and permits for minimizing runoff, explained Snyder, of the state Regional Water Quality board.

After the marijuana is harvested, the rains come and silt in water smothers fish and fish eggs, biologist Henderson said.

Erosion also distributes fertilizer and chemicals throughout the watershed. These effects are diluted, but can be cumulative.

Poisons

Marijuana is lucrative and growers use potent pesticides, said Henderson, continuing with his list of environmental hazards.

In remote areas, growers put out things to directly kill grazing animals and bears, such as bait that smells like bacon, he noted.

Even in semi-urban areas, poisons are used to protect plants. When rodents die, they can be eaten by predators including birds and mammals. Then there are miticides and other insect controls, which add up when there are a lot of plants to protect.

General mess

Snyder, of the state Regional Water Quality board, said the very remote grows usually result in a pile of trash left behind — car batteries, fecal matter, leftover chemicals.

To get to these areas and do cleanup is more than agencies can afford. Agencies already know many areas that haven't been cleaned up. But even more grow sites are unknown, and canisters of chemicals are slowly degrading.

"I'm not trying to overstate this, but we don't have a clue" how much damage is being caused, Little said.

"We will be paying for these grows for years to come."



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    Re: Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
    Posted on: 2016-04-15 01:23:24   By: Anonymous
     
    The Mexican cartel's pretty nasty, isn't it?
    Perhaps there should be someone enforcing the law on their status of even being here.?

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      Re: Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
      Posted on: 2016-04-15 06:51:35   By: Anonymous
       
      The depiction is of illegal grows.
      The history of these is well known.
      In Calaveras county you would be hard pressed to find such a grow, if it was legal.
      Those growing illegally should not be lumped in with the growers in the county.

      The article does not apply here with legal grows.

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        Re: Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 07:38:50   By: Anonymous
         
        They are all scumbags. Run all of them out on a rail.

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        Re: "illegal grows"
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 10:15:01   By: Anonymous
         
        Horsesh*t. The article is clearly referencing so-called legal grows where the "farmer" and his cohorts are ignoring any forms of regulation or common sense or decency or morality:

        "In areas where marijuana growing looks hospitable, people have been known to come in and lease or pay a low downpayment for purchase of a property, then make no other payments, said Clint Snyder, assistant executive officer of the Central Valley Regional Water Quality board."

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        Re: Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 10:18:59   By: Anonymous
         
        Yeah, right- the myth of the loving, earth- friendly, organic pot farmer is just that- a myth.

        "People who are willing to take a chance hope to grow a big profit and then move on, the sources agreed. Read the ENTIRE article, bone head....

        "It's gotten so bad that cartels have moved into the outskirts of communities, and out of the national forest. They're buying, leasing or renting property under the guise of 215 grows," Little continued."

        Yeah, and those cartels are often represented white, middle class, solid looking folks....not the Mexican hordes.

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    Re: Welcome to Mt. Ranch, where the rights of pot growers outweigh the rights of homeowners:
    Posted on: 2016-04-15 10:52:16   By: Anonymous
     
    Obat Darah Tinggi?

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      Re: Facts
      Posted on: 2016-04-15 20:45:33   By: Anonymous
       
      Pot is not addictive. Alcohol is not addictive. Tobacco is not addictive. Wait, I mean, pot is not addictive. I've been smoking pot for 40 years, and have found that it has no control over whether I need it, or not. Alcohol is my first drug of choice. Tobacco is the drug that has the biggest hold on my body. Wow, I'm so confused.
      Just messing with youall.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2016-04-15 23:58:04   By: Anonymous
         
        With mouth-breathing simpletons such as Oliveira and Kearney I fear that you're correct. Change em early and change em often. Hell, lets not waste any time...Recall the fat man!


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