Even curbside pickup has been stopped. The order means most of Berkeley’s cannabis businesses will close as they don’t have delivery service.
Taylor believes cannabis can provide pain relief and help seniors sleep so they can live better lives.
A number of neighbors oppose the move, expressing concerns about allowing customers to consume on-site and its proximity to a library.
[Sponsored] This year is Berkeley Patient Group’s 20th 4/20 and it will commemorate the day with significant discounts, a fun 4/20 event and, as always, making a community impact with donations from the week’s sales.
Some of Berkeley’s biggest developers, concerned about homelessness, have donated to the city fund. At least two of them did so while Berkeley was considering their projects.
[Sponsored] As it prepares to mark its 19th anniversary on Oct. 31, BPG is doubling down on its mission to provide safe access to quality cannabis and is supporting local efforts to end homelessness in Alameda County.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín and State Senator Nancy Skinner were among the dignitaries who ushered in a new era at Berkeley Patients Group.
Debby Goldsberry, who co-founded one of Berkeley’s first medical cannabis dispensaries, has written a book on how to start and run a marijuana business.