alEqual Application Of State Law? Fuckingbreally?application of state law?
Jonathan Horn contact reporter
July 7, 2011
Del Mar is suing the operator of the city’s lone medical marijuana dispensary to force him to close the shop.
Patrick Kennedy on March 31 opened without a business license the 1105 Cooperative, a nondescript medical marijuana dispensary across from Del Mar City Hall. At 5 p.m. that same day, a city staffer walked across the street, handed Kennedy a letter denying his Feb. 8 license application and informed him he must close. But the 1105 Cooperative has remained open, despite more than $16,000 in fines from the city.
Sept 15, 2011
Del Mar Times:
By Joe Tash
Medical pot cooperative closed for good Settlement reached in lawsuit.
Del Mar’s first and only medical marijuana cooperative has closed for good under a lawsuit settlement approved unanimously Monday by the City Council during a closed session meeting with attorneys. The settlement was an- nounced by City Attorney Leslie Devaney after the council returned to open session. It calls for Patrick Kennedy, the operator of the 1105 Cooperative, to pay $10,000 to the city by Friday, and bars him from opening a medical marijuana dispensary in the city for seven years.
If the terms of the settlement are violated, Devaney said, Kennedy would owe the city $62,350. Bob Mahlowitz, an attorney who represented the city in its lawsuit against the cooperative, said the larger figure represents cumulative fines levied against the cooperative for operating without a business license and violating city zoning laws. Attorney Jessica McElfresh, who represents Kennedy and the cooperative, said her client has agreed to the….
hfn editors note, little Jessica was a brand new baby lawyer in those days. Hot AF, too!
1105 coop is still slingin after all these years, as an unlicensed “banned by city of Del Mar” delivery service, serving Del Mar ever since … grasshoppers, this is straight up unequal application of state law (in violation of the 14th amendment). This is how San Diego rolls.
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4/20 is almost here! We are celebrating with specials and goodie bags.
What is 4/20 you ask? Over the years, April 20th has become a designated cannabis holiday. While urban legend is unclear on where it originated from, here are 3 main theories:
– A group of NorCal high schoolers in the 70s would gather after school at 4:20PM to light up
– There are approximately 420 chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant
– 420 may have been a secret police code to indicate the presence marijuana
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Encinitas voters topped the county in support for Prop 64 with 65 percent approval. Encinitas also used to be the flower capital of the world with agriculture. Add it up, pot people, kis-to-the-met, serendipity, bingo, hoorah, Encinitas city council members voted 4-1 recently to allow commercial marijuana growing in their fair city.
We all know the weed industry is on fire. Why then are wholesale pot prices bottoming out? Big business is getting the blame for growing more marijuana than the market demands and for pushing out smaller businesses that can’t keep up. In the past year, according to CannaSaver.com CEO Brian Shapiro, wholesale weed prices fell 60 percent in 2016, from $2,500 to $1,000, reported Forbes. Carter Laren, cofounder of the cannabis incubator group Gateway, said, “When marijuana sells for $750 a pound, it starts to become difficult to make a profit. When it gets somewhere below $500 a pound, it becomes impossible.” Experts concur there are two ways that businesses can compete in this new market, one of the fastest growing in the country, and that is by developing new cultivation technologies
Source: News – CannaBusiness Community