The Lompoc Record reports….Cannabis ordinances that have been in effect for about six months in the unincorporated areas of Santa Barbara County could be tweaked as early as January to deal with some “unintended consequences” that have cropped up.

Some members of the County Board of Supervisors last month said the ordinances already need revision, although at least one supervisor said the board should wait until they’ve been in effect for a full year.

But during the supervisors’ meeting in Santa Maria on Tuesday, a Santa Ynez Valley resident urged the board to revisit the regulatory program she said poses a threat to the Valley because it’s incompatible with the community plan.

It gets long and complicated as is always the way with California and cannabis at the moment.

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