See item 4.1 in the 08/02/2011 Chico City Council Agenda here:
Repeal the City of Chico’s recently passed marijuana ordinance that established the land-use permitting of commercial growing, processing and sales operations . That is the City Manager’s recommendation in a 2 page memo, and supported by a 4 page memo …
From a Chico PD Press Release:
Type of incident: Bike theft caught on video
Location: Sierra Nevada Brewery
Date/time: 7/22/2011 at 1728 hrs
Case no: 11-5384
On 7/22/2011 at 1728 hrs, an unidentified white male adult, approximately 6-00 tall with a heavy build stole a $2,000.00 mountain bike from the employee bike rack on …
In our latest go-around with Chico’s Marijuana Ordinance, some folks think that the United States Department of Justice is bluffing on their threats to prosecute violations of federal law related to local commercial growing, distribution and sales operations.
As reported in several earlier blog entries, under the City of Chico’s current Marijuana Ordinance there are various City of Chico employee activities which could be viewed as planning, facilitating, supporting, directing and/or conspiring to perform various activities which could be illegal under Federal and/or State law. Various law enforcement professionals have expressed …
United States Department of Justice Fire-Control System, Sacramento, CA
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Chico’s marijuana ordinance sought to permit the establishment of marijuana manufacturing, distribution and sales facilities within the city of Chico, and that ordinance definitely attracted the attention of the US Department of Justice. You might say …
I coudn’t figure out how to plant the proper background music:
Sarcasm of course…. these bubbles are anything but tiny.
THIS IS A STARTLING SET OF PICTURES!
Note: The red dots show homes currently in foreclosure. The slide title describes the fraction of homes that received foreclosure filings in 2010
Although some of the worst …
Among the various arguments in the local Marijuana debate are arguments that Marijuana should not be a Federal Schedule 1 Drug, should not fall under the federal CSA (Controlled Substances Act), that it is safer than alcohol, and that it has various medical benefits. In …
As the Chico City Council prepares to finalize local land use regulations on where commercial marijuana growing, distribution and sales operations may be located in the City of Chico, the City received a letter from the US Department of Justice intended to remind the City that Marijuana is still a …