Redding, Calif., Gives Green Light to First Cannabis Cultivator

Redding, Calif., Gives Green Light to First Cannabis Cultivator

Pinnacle Cultivator earned approval with no public opposition.

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September 13, 2018
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Location, location, location.

Minutes before ratifying its objection to a cannabis cultivation business opening next to the Good News Rescue Mission, the Redding Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a similar operation on Innsbruck Drive in a largely industrial area.

The Planning Commission made quick work of the Innsbruck proposal, approving Pinnacle Cultivator’s use permit after nobody spoke for or against the commercial marijuana business on the city's east side, north of Highway 44.

It was a stark contrast to the commission’s Aug. 28 meeting, when Aleck Commercial Cultivation’s proposal for South Market Street drew opposition from the Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter that also operates addiction recovery programs for men and women.

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