San Jacinto City Council: Marijuana tax will make SJ city coffers grow

Outdoor marijuana cultivation was a hot topic during a special meeting of the SJ City Council File PhotoThe Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), was approved by California voters on Nov. 8 by nearly 56 percent of voters. It essentially legalized the recreational use of marijuana by adults 21 and older in California. ■ By Kyle Selby / Reporter The San Jacinto City Council held a special meeting at City Hall on Dec. 14 to discuss the rules and regulations of adult marijuana usage in the San Jacinto Valley. Jordan Ferguson and Seth Merewitz from the city attorney’s office offered a special presentation before the City Council in light of the

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