FULLERTON - MARIJUANA IN THE CITY
In this article we talk about some interesting facts about the city with a focus on the main issue, Marijuana.
We address the important and frequently asked questions about MMJ:
- Where can I buy good legal weed in town?
- How can I become a legal Medical Marijuana patient?
- Where can I find a Cannabis collective in town?
- How can I get a 420 Medical Marijuana Doctor evaluation?
- Is there a nearby place I can get a Cannabis ID card?
- Can I get Marijuana delivered to my home?
- Where is a nearby dispensary with lab tested Marijuana?
- Can I grow weed at home?
- What are the latest laws concerning permits and ordinances?
- How can I get a Doctor's recommendation and growers permit?
- Where can I find a good Medical Marijuana lawyer in the city?
With a population of nearly 150,000, Fullerton is the 41st largest city in California.
Fullerton was established in 1887 as a central service point for agriculture in the area. With the discovery of oil Fullerton grew into a multi-faceted town, complete with petroleum processing, transportation and manufacturing. Fullerton became home to several important educational institutions, including Cal State Fullerton.
Fullerton grew out of a Mission established by the Spanish. In 1837, the Fullerton area was incorporated into a larger Rancho. Eventually the lands were parcelled off to Americans settling in the area after the Mexican-American War and responding to the call of Gold in them thar hills - The Great Californian Gold Rush of 1848.
In 1890 the railway came into town kindling all kinds of business activity including substantial real estate deals. In 1894 Valencia Oranges were introduced and promoted by a Fullerton producer named Charles Chapman. This variety of Oranges became the people's choice and Fullerton became the largest orange producing municipality in the United States of America. Avocados and Walnuts were soon added to the mix of cash crops.
Oil was discovered in the 1880's and was a big breadwinner clear through to the 1920's.
Fullerton could not avoid being successful as an agricultural and oil center with a railroad and was incorporated in 1904. The depression shattered industry and the previous thriving agriculture industry devolved into a subsistence like endeavour. Eventually, especially with World War II the economy revived with the invention of juicing and manufacturing concentrates like "Hawaiian" punch. The war brought aerospace, electrical and laboratory related industries to town.
Did you know?
"Fullerton was the setting in which Leo Fender developed and refined the design of the Fender Telecaster, a guitar, which would later be used among some of the greatest musicians of the 20th and 21st Century. "
Moving toward today, Fullerton experienced a recent expansion due to an explosion in property development. American Vets flocked to California and bought houses. The local economy declined as US Manufacturing was sent off shore, property prices soared, environmental regulations increased, and transportation became more difficult. By 2000 the city had lost its rural character in favor of bland suburban housing tracts and generic shopping centers.
Today the local economy is dominated by the public sector, schools, medical centers and local government.
Top Employers in Fullerton
- California State University, Fullerton
- Jude Medical Center
- Fullerton School District
- Fullerton College
- Fullerton Joint Union High School District
- Alcoa Fastening Systems
- City of Fullerton
- Kraft Foods
The latest Marijuana Ordinances - Permits - Meetings - News
Fullerton leaders are considering a November ballot measure that could make the city one of the county’s first to legalize the cultivation of medical marijuana. The City Council on Tuesday is looking at joining Laguna Beach and Costa Mesa with ballot measures permitting medical marijuana dispensaries. Fullerton is considering going a step further and, like Costa Mesa’s ballot measures, also propose legalizing cultivation and manufacturing operations and taxing the whole lot.
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Marijuana Products And Services
Dispensaries, Delivery Services, Cannabis Clubs,Clinics, Doctors, 420 Evaluations in the city.
- 12 month Letter of Grower`s Recommendation from a licensed physician.
- 24/7 Online verification of your legal status.
- Medical Marijuana ID CARD.
- Grower's Authorization to cultivate up to 99 plants / possess 8 oz. or more of MMJ.
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Dispensary Store Fronts, Delivery Services
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The Very Creepy Marijuana Anonymous. Weird - Who are these people, really??
Rotten to the core-Fullerton’s core corridor proposed fast track back door road to an urban nightmare.
Council Agenda Item No. 2 is no better. City of Fullerton puts on the ballet the right to open up to 9 marijuana dispensaries along with the legalization of the commercial manufacture and distribution in our city. Of course the city wants this to make money as it requests a whopping 15% tax with the ability to raise it to 20%. It is not enough that a previous council has destroyed our once family oriented downtown with numerous bars and nightclubs that every weekend attracts thousands of people throughout Southern California including some undesirable types.
Proposition 215 (the Compassionate Use Act of 1996) is a California law legalizing the use of medical cannabis. Enacted on November 5, 1996 by means of the initiative process, Prop 215 passed with a majority vote of 55.6%.
Though medical cannabis was legalized and accepted by the majority of California voters, Prop 215 does not supersede federal law. Marijuana is still illegal under federal law which causes a conflict between the state and the U.S. Government.
Amid changing state regulations and the possibility of a 2016 statewide ballot initiative legalizing medical marijuana, Garden Grove City Council members debated the effectiveness of the city's current ban on medical marijuana dispensaries at a study session last week.
The study session wandered away from its original subject -- new state laws on regulating medical marijuana -- and toward the city's ban in general. It was the first detailed discussion of the marijuana issue by council members on the dais.
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Fullerton is looking to allow pot cultivation - Police to benefit from Marijuana Tax
Revenue generated from applications and licensing fees paid by the dispensaries would fund the city’s increased Police Department and Code Enforcement costs.
Also being floated is a 15 percent tax on gross receipts from all marijuana sales (including recreational if it becomes legal) with an option for the City Council to raise the rate to 20 percent into the future.