Desert Hot Springs Major Scott Matas approved development plans that are expected to bring in up to three million square feet of marijuana production warehouses and greenhouses over the next 10 years.
Desert Hot Springs Major Scott Matas approved development plans that are expected to bring in up to three million square feet of marijuana production warehouses and greenhouses over the next 10 years. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Desert Hot Springs Major Scott Matas approved development plans that are expected to bring in up to three million square feet of marijuana production warehouses and greenhouses over the next 10 years. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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