Few municipalities have gone all-in harder on cannatourism than Desert Hot Springs. Now its No. 2 revenue stream, Mary Jane brought the San Bernardino County city $3.2M in the fiscal year ending in 2019, before weed was classified essential.
So, what remedy do you think Desert Hot Springs would seek when 90% of our counties and cities are looking at layoffs and Desert Hot Springs itself faces a $350,000 deficit?
Let’s just say, room service and Bowling Night won’t ever be the same.
- Not only are city officials moving toward allowing sales and consumption in hotels, but entertainment facilities such as bowling alleys could be in the mix as well.
- Desert Hot Springs may also revisit its tax rate for growers. Officials are meeting with local weed experts in planning its cannatourism agenda.
- I wrote a thing. It started very much being about product placement within Rick and Morty. Now the thing’s a gift guide featuring the products I used while watching the show’s unsettling fourth season, as God intended.