Red Bluff board to discuss development deals with cannabis companies – Red Bluff Daily News
RED BLUFF — City Council will discuss Tuesday whether to approve development deals with three proposed cannabis companies in Red Bluff.
The city has approved retail businesses that would be located at 724 Main St., 10 Gilmore Road and 237 South Main St. A delivery business has been approved for 2130 Main Street.
As part of the cannabis ordinance passed by the council, these companies must enter into a development agreement with the city. These are basic contracts between the city and the applicant that bind both parties to certain provisions included in the agreement – an initial term of 3 years with annual renewals of cannabis business licenses, the submission of 3% of gross receipts each quarter, the power to terminate the agreement and the plaintiff will indemnify the city.
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Council will consider whether the Sher Wintle Memorial Dog Park in Trainor Park should be renamed.
The Parks and Recreation Commission explained that the name change would make it easier to find the dog park on Google. Staff said people don’t know to search under the name Sher Wintle. The Wintle family have been contacted and they agree the name should be changed.
The commission voted 4-0 to recommend the board change the name.
The council meets at 6:00 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month in the council chambers, 555 Washington St. Meetings are free and open to the public.