By Dalton Carver
The Board of County Commissioners, convening as the Local Licensing Authority, recognized High Mesa Farms, LLC with the last 2015 marijuana cultivation license Tuesday morning.
The application for High Mesa Farms, submitted by Paul and Crystal Brackman, was accepted Nov. 15, prior to the BOCC’s adoption of ordinance 2015-004.
Therefore, the application was reviewed and processed under the previous ordinance, 2014-003, which made five cultivation licenses available in 2015.
The 39-acre parcel will house a 30’ by 50’ shop building, 30’ by 60’ greenhouse and a 10’ by 20’ breezeway. Per visual impact considerations, the structures will be painted a medium-gray color. They are under construction with valid permits, according to Mark Castrodale, county planner.
The cultivation facility is on leased property located at...