On Thursday, Los Angeles’s Cannabis Regulation Commission held a specific meeting open to the public yesterday at City Hall. The CRC specific meeting was to collect a report from Executive Director of the Department of Cannabis Regulation, Cat Packer, relating to the status of cannabis licensing inside the city and implementation of the Social Equity Plan, as properly as to get an update from the LAPD relating to enforcement actions against illegal cannabis operations all through the biggest adult use market place in the planet.
Cat Packer explained that they are at present on standby with the state in regards to Social Equity funding, and are at present searching for a Social Equity Meeting Manager. She also laid out in detail the entirety of her office’s actions to date, as properly as an update on Phase I, II, and the upcoming Phase III application approach.
The LAPD’s Cannabis Assistance Unit was on hand to also give an update on illegal cannabis industrial activity in the city. They outlined existing numbers as properly as created an statement that they had been employing platforms like WeedMaps to target unlicensed operations all through Los Angeles.
We right here at CHAMPS Dispensary+ had been at the meeting and have all of the audio for you to listen in case you had been unable to attend.
AGENDA ITEM 1:
Commission consideration of and probable action on report from Executive Director of Division of Cannabis Regulation relating to the status of the City’s cannabis licensing and regulatory system and the improvement and implementation of the Social Equity Plan.
AGENDA ITEM two:
Commission consideration of and probable action on report from Los Angeles Police Division, Cannabis Assistance Unit relating to the status of enforcement efforts against unlicensed industrial cannabis activity.
Published: April 05, 2019