Since August 2015, the Medical Marijuana Santa Barbara Program has benefited from one approved Medical Marijuana Dispensary, located in the Outer State Street area. More than this, Santa Barbara has two more pending applications: one in the Upper De la Vina region, another in the Milpas region.
The city of Santa Barbara needs to take action before March 1, 2016 if it really wants to manage its dispensaries. Governor Jerry Brown signed 3 laws in October that have to do with the cultivation, transport and also the selling of medical marijuana in Santa Barbara. They would not substitute for local laws that municipalities make before the deadline.
As the suggested ordinance is created at this point, Santa Barbara will permit as much as 3 dispensaries yet no commercial farming. Just citizens with a doctor’s notice can cultivate medical marijuana at home. There are as much as 25, 000 medical marijuana patients in the South County, Howe stated, however it is going to be important to not grow very rapidly.
The Architectural Board of Review has recently approved the proposal for the Milpas region, and the application for 2609 De la Vina St. continues to be criticized.
Medical Marijuana Santa Barbara Greenland’s services are available online, offering medical marijuana to patients who live in Santa Monica, Santa Barbara, Goleta, Carpinteria, Montecito and Isla Vista. Santa Barbara Greenland is a non-profit association that functions in strict compliance with the California law. It respects the confidentiality of all its patients by abiding the HIPPA guidelines.
PotValet.com is now in partnership with Santa Barbara Greenland, which has been serving Santa Barbara patients for more than 6 years. They deliver high quality and affordable marijuana for those who live in Santa Barbara and around. As a patient, you only need to fill out the forms and email a scanned copy of your doctor’s recommendation, or your state-issued Medical Marijuana card.