a big vision. Supervisor Chuck Washington whose district includes Temecula Valley and who once invested in an area winery also opposes cannabis cultivation in the area because he doesnt believe it would further the goals of the region, according to his chief of staff, Jeff Comerchero. The Neighborhood, for a Happier Life, Sometimes It Takes a Healthier Village. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Montclair, Denver: Montclair, once an independent town, was incorporated into Denver in 1903.
I love the old homes and the parks and sense of community here." -Melissa., Capitol Hill, Denver resident. Because when it comes to a place to live the house is only half. The Soul of the Southwest: Illuminated Adobe in Taos, New Mexico. Now it seems Temecula Valley Wine Country is on track to shut out the cannabis industry. It clearly resonates both locals and visitors are drawn to the boutique's hyper-locality and authenticity. Photo by Frank Bellino, contributing photographer. Patrick Doran-Sheeran has played in rock bands, studied languages and now works with the Riverside-based theater company, Homespun Players. Put it on your city's tab. Nature meets shelter under the endless desert sky. Rebel Coast Wine is marketing a sauvignon blanc infused with THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Riverside County Planning Department staff said via email that cannabis cultivation is not compatible with the long-term planning for that area, which they said provides a significant tourist attraction and economic benefit to the region. Ordinance carves out Temecula Valley, though passage of Proposition 64 in 2016 made it legal in California for adults to consume cannabis, the law also gives cities and counties the authority to regulate most other marijuana activities within their borders.
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