Supes to hold Monday hearing on Illegal pot growing

The Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee will hold a hearing Monday on the illegal marijuana growing operations in the Sunset District.

The hearing was called by Supervisor Carmen Chu as police have raided a number of houses for the offense.

The police activity also carries with it some sensitivity, as The Examiner has reported, given that The City has in place a policy making enforcement marijuana possession a “lowest priority.”

 

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