CHULA VISTA - MARIJUANA IN THE CITY
In this article we offer some interesting facts and figures about Chula Vista and go into local medical marijuana issues to some depth. We answer the important questions.
- Where and how can I get good lab tested Medical Marijuana?
- How can I get a legit Medical Marijuana Recommendation and ID card in Chula Vista?
- What Marijuana Ordinances affect me as a grower of my own Medical Weed?
- 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?
- Where is a nearby dispensary with lab tested Marijuana?
- Can I grow weed at home?
- Where can I find a good Medical Marijuana lawyer in the city?
With a population of more than a quarter a million people, Chula Vista is the 7th largest city in the Golden State. Chula Vista means "beautiful view." The city is situated between the Great city of San Diego and the handsome coastal mountains. Like many other California communities, Chula Vista was originally spanish Ranch country. Livestock, grazing with sparse farming was the mainstay until these areas were linked by rail to the major population centers and ports in the State. After the Mexican American War, the lands fell into American Hands.
Did you know? Chula Vista was second in the world in the production of Lemons' - at one point!
You cannot judge a baby at one years old. Like so many other California towns, the beginnings were humble. A newly formed corporation, called the San Diego Land and Town company formed to develop the lands of the area. As of 1889, there were only 10 houses built in Chula Vista. A successful lemon farm led others to consider grow the yellow sour fruit. Chula Vista would go to become the second largest lemon growing area in the world at one point!
Lemon city would incorporate in 1911 and by 1916 a gunpowder factory was set up to service the Brits in their savage WW I efforts. Chula Vista survived throughout the great depression as local agricultural products were required, no matter what, by the larger cities. The city got more military work in WW2 when a major aircraft relocated. Today the bulk of the local economy is dominated by are in the public, medical, retail and aerospace sectors.
MARIJUANA LAW, LEGAL ISSUES & NEWS IN CHULA VISTA
- C.V. council opposes growing medical pot During a Jan. 26 council meeting, the City Council unanimously voted to keep current laws regarding growing medical marijuana, which don’t allow for .
- Imperial Beach OKs Medical Marijuana MARCH 4, 2016 BY BARBARA ZARAGOZA … Southwestern College Awash In Racism and San Ysidro has a new Border Arts Committee.
CHULA VISTA - MARIJUANA IN THE NEWS
Authorities said the suspects were charged with possession of marijuana for sale, robbery and conspiracy. "During the operation, one of the trafficking suspects assaulted (a Homeland Security Investigations) agent," according to the statement. "Robbery is considered a motive for the assault."
Authorities said an Operation Alliance drug task force of federal, state and local officers arranged a 2 p.m. meeting with a group of suspected marijuana traffickers in a strip mall called the Shops at San Miguel Ranch, on Proctor Valley Road in the Eastlake neighborhood of Chula Vista.
“After successfully crossing the Marijuana shipment to a house in Chula Vista on Orange Street near Palomar, each parted their own way.”
Valdez said that El Chapito has taken partial control of the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug trafficking organization that the DEA and other security agencies say is responsible for providing most of the cocaine, heroin, crystal and marijuana consumed around the world.
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Weird California Chula Vista Story- Proctor Valley Road
"Although civilization continues to move east encroaching upon what was once a whole lotta nothin, urban legends still run rampant on what remains of Proctor Valley Road. As you leave Chula Vista, taking the road east / northeast, where Proctor Valley Road shrinks down from multiple lanes to a mostly gravel covered street, allowing passage to Jamul in San Diego County, urban legend may just be reality. Driving the gravel road, you take your life into your hands, as you must brave ghosts, demon cars, a bakery massacre, and even a fearsome monster!" Read more at Weird California