Sacramento Bee Profiles City’s New Cannabis Boss

Sacramento Bee Profiles City’s New Cannabis Boss

Sacramento Bee reports……Seven months after the previous boss left, Sacramento’s new cannabis manager started work this week. Before joining the city in the high-profile position, Davina Smith served as Solano County’s deputy county counsel, where she was the sole cannabis and code enforcement attorney. Smith replaces Joe Devlin, the city’s first cannabis chief, who left the office in May and now works in the industry for Ikänik Farms. In Solano County, Smith provided research and organized tours for the Board of Supervisors as they considered whether to allow dispensaries and other cannabis businesses to open. After about two years of deliberating, the elected officials ultimately decided against it, Smith said. Watch an interview with Smith at https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article239298188.html Smith is no stranger to cannabis work, though. Years ago, as an intern while in law school, her first research project involved working for a district attorney’s office examining fines for cannabis convictions for juvenile offenders, she said. She has also worked as deputy county counsel at the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office and as deputy county counsel for Humboldt County. “In Humboldt County, it is very much a way of life. People are supporting their families, providing for retirement, paying for their…

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