a. Ensure that the consumption of cannabis or cannabis products is not visible from the outside of the business, and the smoking, inhalation, consumption or ingestion of cannabis or cannabis products shall not be visible from any public place or any area where minors may be present.
b. Ensure that cannabis consumption areas shall have adequate security and lighting for the safety of patrons and to protect the premises from theft at all times.
c. Employ a person to be on the premises to supervise employees and patrons at all times during business hours.
d. Install an odor-absorbing ventilation and exhaust system so that odor generated on the premises is not detected outside the premises.
e. Properly designate any and all smoking areas, if applicable, and in compliance with all local and State laws.
f. All designated smoking areas shall be 50 feet from any residential property line.
g. Place and properly maintain solid waste receptacles and recycling bins, in sufficient numbers and locations to service the needs of the proposed use at peak business periods.
h. Properly re-package any and all cannabis or cannabis products that are partially consumed to be taken off-site.
i. Cannabis entertainment facilities must comply with all provisions of this code and State law at all times.
j. If operating a Storefront create and maintain an active account within the State’s track and trace system required by Business and Professions Code Section 26067 prior to commencing any commercial cannabis activity
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