Citing abuse from commercial growers. From the Redding Record:
Citing public safety issues, the Trinity County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday repealed a year-old ordinance that allowed medical marijuana users to exceed state limits on how much marijuana residents could grow and keep.
After a public hearing at the Veterans Hall in Weaverville, the board voted unanimously to repeal the ordinance that was passed last fall.
“What we adopted last year ruined the fabric of the county,” said Supervisor Wendy Reiss, who voted for the ordinance last year.
I’ve said this before, but I strongly suggest that medical marijuana advocates find some way to address rather than dismiss all of these concerns. That’s a backlash now in two of the “emerald triangle” counties. According to the article, most of the speakers supported the repeal.