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§ 9105. Maps and Boundary Description.


Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 3. Food and Agriculture
Division 8. Cannabis Cultivation [Renumbered]
Chapter 2. Cannabis Appellations Program
Article 2. Petitions
3 CCR § 9105
§ 9105. Maps and Boundary Description.
The petition shall describe the area and boundary of the proposed appellation of origin, including:
(a) The proposed boundary shall be depicted on United States Geological Survey topographical maps and shall conform to the following:
(1) The scale shall be large enough to show adequate geographical detail of the proposed boundary line.
(2) The exact boundary of the appellation of origin shall be prominently and clearly drawn on the maps without obscuring the underlying features that define the boundary line.
(b) A detailed narrative description of the proposed boundary. The description shall have a specific beginning point, shall proceed unbroken from that point in a clockwise direction, and shall return to that beginning point to complete the boundary description. The proposed boundary description may rely on any of the following map features:
(1) State, county, township, forest, and other political entity lines; except the boundary cannot be based solely on the political entity lines of a single county, city, or city and county;
(2) Highways, roads (including unimproved roads), and trails;
(3) Contour or elevation lines;
(4) Natural geographical features, including rivers, streams, creeks, ridges, and marked elevation points (such as summits or benchmarks);
(5) Human-made features (such as bridges, buildings, windmills, or water tanks); and
(6) Straight lines between marked intersections, human-made features, or other map points.
Note: Authority cited: Section 26063, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Section 26063, Business and Professions Code.
1. New section filed 11-23-2021; operative 1-1-2022 (Register 2021, No. 48). Filing deadline specified in Government Code section 11349.3(a) extended 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-40-20 and an additional 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-71-20.
This database is current through 4/22/22 Register 2022, No. 16
3 CCR § 9105, 3 CA ADC § 9105
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