Implementation of the San Bernardino County Code will begin with the cleaning of hoop houses, irrigation systems, tarpaulins and other items that support illegal cannabis cultivation sites throughout the district.
The first clean-up began last week in the Lucerne Valley, where more than 17 tonnes of rubbish, tarpaulins and plastic wrap were removed from an illegal cannabis cultivation site.
The supervisory board updated the District Code in December by declaring certain items left over from cannabis cultivation sites a public nuisance, and also gave it the authority to enforce the county code to eliminate waste.
Implementation of the code will continue to eliminate sites like this in the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County to ensure compliance with the law. Property owners will receive an invoice for all cost reductions to ensure full reimbursement to the County.
To report a violation, the Code Enforcement Service may contact you Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (909) 884-4056 or (760) 995-8140, via email at CodeEnforcementDivision@lus.sbcounty.gov or via the web at https://cms.sbcounty.gov/lus/CodeEnforcement/CodeEnforcementHome.aspx.
San Bernardino County law enforcement clears 17 tons of waste from illegal cannabis sites – VVNG.com
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