news Norfolk seeks grow-op compliance Proposed solution will be tabled at LPAT hearing Monte Sonnenberg Monte Sonnenberg Stacey Smith of Townsend Road 14 demonstrated for Norfolk council last year the odour and night-time lighting effects of a large greenhouse in her neighbourhood east of Blue Line Road. Smith’s demonstration filled the council chamber with a skunk-like odour. The 2.1-acre greenhouse has produced thousands of marijuana plants in recent years. – Monte Sonnenberg SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT A solution may be at hand regarding a controversial cannabis production facility east of Simcoe. On the eve of a scheduled hearing before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT), Norfolk has declassified a confidential memo containing details of the county’s proposed compromise.