Section IV section 32(o) of the Trinity county code Zoning Ordinance No. 315:
(a) Application grants provisional permission to cultivate marijuana plants within the guidelines of this chapter and state law. Applicants who cultivate pursuant to guidelines of this chapter and applicable state law will be exempt from the plant count restrictions in the existing Trinity County personal grow ordinance.
Instead, Applicants will be subject the square footage provisions in Type I and Type II of MMRSA. (now MCRSA)
(b) Applicants shall be entitled to priority processing for future permit applications. The Order of priority for processing for a permanent license will be determined by date of enrollment in NCRWQCB.
(c) Any permitting required under the future land use ordinance will require enrollment in the NCRWQCB Order #2015-0023 and Applicant must have been compliant with this requirement during the provisional Application period to develop a record of environmental compliance.
(3) Application Registration Requirements
(a) Within sixty (60) days of adoption of this ordinance any person or entity cultivating commercial medical marijuana within Trinity County may register with the TrinityCounty Planning Department. Registration shall be on a form provided by the TrinityCounty Planning Department and, at a minimum, shall require the name and mailing address of the registrant; the location address, Assessor’s Parcel Number and site map of the cultivation location.
(4) Registration Phases
(a) The County will allow a total of 500 registrants to enroll in this Application Program, based on
the sequence of their compliance with NCRWQCB Order #2015-0023.
(6) Performance Standards for Commercial Cultivation of Medical Marijuana
(a) It is declared to be unlawful for any person owning, leasing, occupying or having charge or possession of any parcel of land within any unincorporated area of the County to cause or allow such parcel of land to be used for the outdoor or indoor cultivation of marijuana plants for medicinal purposes in excess of the limitations imposed by this section or personal grow section.
SECTION V. This ordinance is an interim ordinance adopted as an urgency measure pursuant to Government Code section 65858, and it shall be of no further force and effect forty five (45) days from its date of adoption, unless it is extended by further action of the Board of Supervisors, pursuant to Section 65858.