With the Hollister City Council out on vacation in July, further developments in the development of a local cannabis industry have been stalled.
When council members return, they likely will hear a request from former Hollister mayor and president of Pinnacle Consulting Victor Gomez that he says will streamline the permitting process for finding building space for the city’s emerging cannabis industry.
Gomez said he will act on behalf of the holders of cannabis-related licenses to seek an S-type permit, which would allow multiple cannabis businesses to share space.
“One of the issues for my clients is finding room for their locations,” Gomez said. “If it’s a commercial kitchen that makes edibles (and) if someone is making brownies and another is making lollipops, and you’re only using the kitchen four hours a day, they could share