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Weekly ReCAP of Calaveras Planning & Land Use Issues

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Speak up for the Mokelumne and other California rivers

This year’s abundant rains and snowpack are bringing high flows to our beautiful rivers, but also calls for new dams. Those of us who love rivers need to speak up for protecting the special rivers in our state, including the Mokelumne. There are several opportunities to do that coming up. Your voice is needed to ensure we have free-flowing rivers in our future. On Monday, April 10, at 6 pm, in Pioneer, the Upcountry Community Council will discuss... Read More

Supes Weigh In Over Measure B Cannabis Ban Removal From Ballot

The future of commercial cannabis in Calaveras for now is now completely up to the county supervisors. As reported here, on Tuesday a ruling was issued by a visiting Calaveras County Superior Court judge in response to a lawsuit by Jeremy Carlson, who owns Calaveras Naturals and operates Little Trees Dispensary in Arnold, over incorrect and misleading wording within the Measure B commercial cannabis ban citizens’ initiative.The court order directed... Read More

Weekly ReCAP of Calaveras Land Use & Planning

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Weekly ReCAP of Calaveras Planning Updates

The “Weekly ReCAP” is a weekly recap of local and regional land use planning news for Calaveras County residents: Weekly ReCAP for March 17: Weekly ReCAP for March 17    Read More

Biking in Calaveras

“Bicycling is becoming more popular in the central Mother Lode, with more tourists, recreational cyclists and commuters demanding safe routes, and businesses recognizing the economic opportunity. But our roads and streets remain an obstacle to taking advantage of cycling opportunities.” If you are interested in biking in Calaveras County, please read, “Bike riding is an opportunity for Calaveras County” (Guest Opinion by Rob Williams, Calaveras... Read More

More Calaveras Planning Updates

Planning Commission Activity. Here is what’s been happening at recent planning commission meetings: The addition of a Valley Springs section to the Community Plan Element of the Draft General Plan was pulled from the agenda January 26. The Valley Springs section will be re-scheduled later to allow more time for public review of the draft A Planned Development Permit was approved for a commercial building in Hathaway Pines, and a Conditional Use... Read More

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