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County supervisors to hear May 21 how beekeepers can be helped


Last updated 5/20/2014 at Noon

SAN DIEGO - The balance between helping the local beekeeping industry stay afloat and public safety is scheduled to be considered tomorrow, May 21, by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

Last October, the supervisors asked staff to come up with options to help beekeepers, and the results will be presented at the board's meeting in downtown San Diego.

The county currently calls for 600-foot setbacks between beekeeping operations and adjacent property lines.

The options before the supervisors are to cut the setbacks by half, by two-thirds and reducing them down to 15 feet. The latte...

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