City releases online marijuana reporting system results |

City releases online marijuana reporting system results

Staff Reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The city’s online reporting system for marijuana grows has led to a child endangerment case and the seizure of more than 90 marijuana plants from a residence in the city, according to a Thursday statement from the city.

City spokeswoman Nancy Kerry declined to give details of the case because at least one child is involved. South Lake Tahoe Police Lt. David Stevenson did not return a request for more information Thursday.

Eight marijuana growing operations have been inspected by the city during the first month of the online reporting system.

Each was in compliance with health, safety and building codes related to medical marijuana, according to the statement. Residents of the homes were told of a requirement to obtain a city permit by Dec. 20 to be in compliance with the city’s new cultivation ordinance.

Marijuana grows can be reported to the reported to the city at or by calling 530-542-6043.

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