If you’ve been advised by your physician that medical marijuana could help your condition, Pot Valet are on hand to answer any questions that you may have. We are a knowledgeable online cannabis dispensary and we offer fast and free marijuana delivery to Dixon customers. You can contact us at any time of the day and we will be able to answer any questions that you may have. If you want to know more about our service or any of the products that we have to offer, we will be more than happy to answer any queries.
Signing up to use our service couldn’t be any easier. All you need to do is sign up and submit your medical marijuana ID. We will verify your details and approve your account as quickly as possible so that you can make your first order with us. Whilst you wait for your account to be approved, you should check out our online catalogue. We have over 100 strains of marijuana for you to choose from, which will allow you to smoke or bake with the strain of your choice. Being able to choose from a number of varieties is important because it means that you will be able to find the one that has the desired effect for you. If you’d rather have a different form of marijuana, then that is possible too. We have more marijuana products than any other local Dixon marijuana dispensary, and you will be able to choose from edibles including cannabis infused chocolate, CBD spray and cannabis oil.
Customers in Dixon can benefit from our immediate delivery service. We offer medical marijuana delivery between the hours of 10am and midnight daily so if you place your order within that time, you can b sure to receive your order to your door within 45 minutes. If you don’t live in Dixon, then don’t worry. We offer our immediate delivery service to many counties already and anyone in California with the relevant ID is able to sign up and use our 24-48 hour overnight delivery service.
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The Controlled Substance Act of 1970 lists marijuana as a Substance I drug. However, federal laws allow States to enact alternative laws to allow their residents to cultivate, deliver, and use marijuana. California voters legalized the use of medical marijuana in 1996 and recreational marijuana in 2016. Still, state laws allow cities to enact ordinances that either adopts the provisions of state laws or the federal laws. Dixon and other cities in California have adopted the provisions the Controlled Substance Act that list cannabis as an illegal drug.All the same, marijuana has not always been illegal in Dixon. Voters in California approved the medical use of cannabis in the general election held in 1996. In response to this outcome, the City of Dixon adopted Ordinance 04-009 in 2004.
Ordinance 04-009 allowed medical marijuana dispensaries to operate in the professional and administrative offices zoning district. The operators in the district had to obtain a license from the Planning Commission before establishing a marijuana dispensary. The City Council of Dixon amended the marijuana ordinance later to ban the dispensaries in the City. The Council acted in response to the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act of 2015 that would make the State the sole licensing authority if the Council did not adopt a new ordinance by March 2016. The Council banned the commercial cultivation and delivery of marijuana within the city limits. The new ordinance also emphasized that marijuana dispensaries were prohibited within the city.
The City Council has revisited the marijuana ordinance on several occasions after residents and experts requested the Council to abolish restrictions on marijuana use and cultivation. However, overturning marijuana ordinances has been difficult because most Council members vote in favor of ordinances that ban the delivery and cultivation of marijuana. For instance, the majority of the council officials voted for the new ordinance adopted in January 2016 in response to the demands of the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act. The members argued that they would revisit the ordinance in the future after analyzing the changes in state laws. The Council adopted the ordinance despite petitions from the public to allow cultivation and delivery of marijuana by qualifying patients.
In February 2016, the Council held a public workshop to gather the public’s views of the existing ordinances. Following this workshop, the Council initiated discussion on a new ordinance about Council moving on to tax medical marijuana businesses. The City Council approved Measure K in April 2016, which outlined the new taxation law. The Council placed Measure K on the ballot for voters to approve or disapprove it in the November 2016 general election. If the voters approved Measure K, the City Council would impose a business license tax of up to 15% on all marijuana-related businesses. The taxation would be based on their gross receipts.
The new ordinance would supersede the existing ordinances that prohibit commercial marijuana activities in the City of Dixon. However, cultivation of marijuana would remain illegal in the City. The proposed ordinance outlined that marijuana businesses would have to go through the application process and abide by the Council’s rules and regulations. Some of the proposed regulations included a security guard during the business working hours (7am-9pm), an air treatment system, and maintaining business records for at least seven years. Business owners would be required to allow City officials in their premises and restrict minors unless accompanied by adults. Retailers were allowed to sell baked items and non-refrigerated edibles but not alcohol. If the majority of Californian voters approved measure K, the Finance Director would be authorized to collect taxes that marijuana businesses submit to the City Council.
The Council would be required to establish procedures for collecting taxes and fines and penalties to ensure that business owners abide by the new law. The proposed business license tax is categorized under general taxes. The California Constitution requires general taxes to be approved by a majority vote. The voters in Dixon approved Measure K in the November 8, 2016, general election. The City Council of Dixon is now authorized to start collecting taxes from businesses that will pass the application process. The outcome of the election was a relief to patients in Dixon who have been traveling to other cities in California to buy medical cannabis. However, Dixon residents have to wait for the Council’s response to the election outcome since California voters approved recreational marijuana in the same election.