From the Chico Enterprise-Record:
“A meeting today [August 6 in Oroville] on how water quality regulations could be used to fight problem pot gardens ended with the participants saying the discussion was ‘frank and useful’ but revealing few details about what was said.
“At its core, the discussion was about what the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board staff could do in the fight against water pollution that is a result of both legal and illegal marijuana gardens in Butte County. …
“Wednesday’s meeting [in Sacramento] will also be behind closed doors.”