Between January 2018 and and June of last year, San Diego/Oakland-based Grizzly Peak Farms supplied dispensaries from its Oakland cultivation facilities without paying taxes, according documents filed on behalf of SD. Now the Southern California city is suing Grizzly Peak for nearly $10,000.
San Diego Union-Tribune
- Grizzly Peak appears to be the first local company not to pay. San Diego’s tally includes penalties and interests. (The canna business tax rate here went up from 5% to 8% in July 2019.)
- The city expects cannabis taxes to bring in some $30M annually in the coming five years.
- She downloaded the app, then registered for its #StonerLove event. About 10 minutes before the it started, the notifications began—”Your date with Evan will be at 7:02 pm. Get ready!” And with that the lonely girl was on her way to a too short virtual date.