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(a) Any member of the Office of Cannabis, the Police Department, the Department of Public Health, the Department of Building Inspection, the Planning Department, and/or any other Referring Department (collectively, “Inspecting Departments”) may enter and inspect the Premises of any Cannabis Business and any vehicle used for the purpose of Distribution or Delivery, to determine whether the Cannabis Business is operating in compliance with State law or this Article 16 (including compliance with conditions on the permit).
(b) Pursuant to this Section 1630, the Inspecting Departments shall have access to the Cannabis Business Premises, video footage, business records, data, inventory levels and information relating to Customers, vendors, Cannabis Products, plans and agreements (collectively, “Confidential Information”). To the extent authorized by law, an Inspecting Department shall not disclose Confidential Information to the public, and shall use the Confidential Information only for purposes specified in this Article 16 or other laws and regulations of the City specifically related to the City Permittees from whom such Confidential Information has been received. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the City may disclose Confidential Information:
(1) As may be required by the California Public Records Act or the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance or other state or City law, or pursuant to a valid subpoena or court order; or
(2) In connection with any City enforcement proceeding relating to compliance with laws specifically applicable to Cannabis Businesses, but only to the extent the Confidential Information is relevant to the proceeding.
(Added by Ord. 230-17, File No. 171042, App. 12/6/2017, Eff. 1/5/2018)