Neighbors of a Sonoma County marijuana farm have sued the property operator and the bank that holds the note to the property for alleged damages under federal racketeering laws.

Nine residents living on Herrerias Way outside of Petaluma claim the marijuana grown by Green Earth Coffee on neighboring property generates an overpowering “skunk-like stench” that permeates their homes, hinders outdoor activities and compounds various neighbors’ health problems. Some neighbors also cite the drone of a running generator.

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