Tag: cannabis

Former Rose Queen Launches New Cannabis Brand
Business, Featured

Former Rose Queen Launches New Cannabis Brand

Camille Roistacher, a former Rose Queen turned entrepreneur, is launching a new cannabis flower brand, Wyllow, that is pioneering products with a feminine appeal while being intended for all. According to an article by Green Entrepreneur, more women seem to be influencing the cannabis industry as entrepreneurs and consumers. The report describes that women are…

Pasadena Releases Cannabis Redacted Applications and Scoring
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Pasadena Releases Cannabis Redacted Applications and Scoring

Last week, the six highest-scoring commercial cannabis applicants were announced. Their applications along with scoring sheets are now posted on the city’s website. “Minimal redactions have been made to the applications to comply with law and privacy. The six highest-scoring applicants are the best qualified in this extremely regulated arena and are sufficiently capitalized to deliver the highest quality operations,”…

Pasadena Tentatively Approves Six Cannabis Applications
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Pasadena Tentatively Approves Six Cannabis Applications

CUP is next step in process By Terry Miller The long and winding road for marijuana permits is apparently no longer a pipe dream for six applicants vying for coveted city permits. The expensive and extensive process saw 128 applicants. Out of those 128 applications, Pasadena finally completed the review and scoring of those applications…

Pasadena Hosts Commercial Cannabis Application Workshop
Community

Pasadena Hosts Commercial Cannabis Application Workshop

The Pasadena Planning and Community Development Department will be hosting a workshop on Nov. 13 from 4 – 6 p.m. at the Pasadena Convention Center (300 E. Green St., ballrooms F and G) to present the application process for those interested in applying for a commercial cannabis permit in the city. Up to six commercial…

Pasadena Council Establishes Commercial Cannabis Fees
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Pasadena Council Establishes Commercial Cannabis Fees

City terminates 40-year contract with coal-powered Utah plant By Gus Herrera At their latest regular meeting, the Pasadena City Council approved two very different types of green-related items. First, council approved a set of commercial fees in preparation for the recently-adopted cannabis ballot measures (Measures CC and DD), which will go into full effect on…

Cannabis Tax Revenue Increases in Second Quarter of 2018
Business

Cannabis Tax Revenue Increases in Second Quarter of 2018

Rise shows compliance trend growing The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) recently released revenue numbers for cannabis sales for the second quarter of 2018. Tax revenue from the cannabis industry totaled $74,240,257 from April 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018, which includes state cultivation, excise, and sales taxes. It does not include…

CatCon Comes to Pasadena
Arts & Entertainment

CatCon Comes to Pasadena

The biggest experience in the world dedicated to cat culture and pop culture returns CatCon, the biggest cat-centric, pop culture event in the world dedicated to all things feline is back for a fourth time, on Aug. 4 and Aug. 5, at Pasadena Convention Center. CatCon is the ultimate platform for cat lovers around the…

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