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Together with the 2017 season soon approaching as well as the Condition of California booming with excitement of looming legalization, the Trinity Board of Supervisors have changed over their game.
To remain adding and building around the “Urgency” Ordinance No. 315-816, adopted this year past, an ordinance passed to react to the new commercial California standards established by MCRSA and now AUMA (prop 64). Thus far the response through the Trinity community continues to be below excited because process continues to be slow and leaving some home owners feeling overlooked. By building new inclusive options for different farmers, the county is now offering an even more broad spectrum of what MCRSA is made to offer, therefore generating farms and properties entitled to compliance.
Snow and rain showers continually develop through Saturday…gradually decreasing in coverage eventually. Because of the minimal snow levels, some small hail will likely be possible with the stronger showers. drier conditions will go back to the area for Sunday through Monday afternoon, before another approaching system brings more rain and mountain snows.
Significant travel delays expected Christmas weekend due to a strong weather system that is moving through Northern California since early Thursday. All trucks must take a look at chain check points.
For motorists traveling Northbound Interstate 5, Caltrans is currently screening for chains. Trucks without chains will likely be turned around.
Thanks so much for the wonderful 2016 season. Thanks a lot court action and Kelly for all your timeless dedication and difficult function with recent years. We’re getting excited about 2017 season filled up with lovely produce delivered by local farmers, live music weekly as well as the district gathering you’ve got arrive at expect.
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