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California has pulled the licenses of around 400 legal marijuana related businesses after those companies failed to complete some mandatory training. According to a publication in Colorado that covers the cannabis business, that move could affect around 5 percent of California’s legal marijuana trade.. It means those retailers distributors and microbusiness will have to close down until they meet the requirements. The State Bureau of Cannabis Control says the training involved the state’s online track and trace system that helps them monitor the cannabis supply chain Officials say they expect those businesses to quickly finish the training so they can log into the tracking system and resume sales. Industry groups are worried that the closures could cause customers to turn to the black market, at least temporarily. There is no word on just WHAT business have been affected.

The city of Lakeport is looking for people who want to get involved in local government. Applications are being taken for voluntary spots on the The Lakeport Planning Commission Parks and Recreation Commission, the Lakeport Fire Protection District Board and the Lakeport Economic Development Advisory Committee. You can find out more on the city website on the community news page. Those selected will start on January 1st

Monday is Veterans Day and several communities are planning observances. In Lakeport, there will be a ceremony at 11:00 AM at the Konocti Vista Casino. State and federal offices, including the post office, are closed. Also on Monday, Mendocino Transit Authority services will be limited to just two routes—65 and 95—so employees can take part in annual training. There is more information on those schedules on the website

The Lake County Military Honors team and some local students will take down the flag for the season at at Austin Park in Clearlake next week. The ceremony will also include representatives of other community organizations. The ceremony is set for Tuesday, November 12th at 11:00 am. The flag will be properly folded and stored away until is is raised over the park again in May.

We are less than 3 weeks away from Thanksgiving, and quickly after that we swing into the Christmas mode. One of the first big events of the season in Lake County is set for Clearlake on December 7. The annual Christmas at the Lake Parade is already taking applications to join the lineup. You can contact the Clear Lake Chamber of commerce to get one.

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