The Largest Flower Selection by Dispensary/Region

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Earlier this summer, the city of Tracy approved its first marijuana dispensary, but some neighbors argue that city officials shouldn’t be so quick to approve retail marijuana shops in the downtown area.
On Tuesday, they are planning a protest before the Tracy city council meeting, when leaders are set to discuss the future of cannabis dispensary locations in the city limits.
City officials have approved 17 pot businesses, but they say they want to maintain the quality of life in Tracy.
Residents are upset after hearing that five cannabis businesses already approved would go in and around our downtown area.
Some say they are not against cannabis shops in town, but they don’t want them so close to where young people hang out, including a music and dance studio, restaurants and coffee shops.
The city council wants to impose a temporary moratorium for 45 days on the intake, processing, and approval of any more cannabis applications.
Residents and business owners plan to meet at 5:30 p.m. at Gary’s Floors on W. 10th Street.
The Tracy City Council will meet at 7 p.m. to discuss how they will proceed with cannabis shops in town.
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Many factors go into choosing a cannabis dispensary. And there are many good reasons to visit a small dispensary: Budtenders are more likely to know their product really well for one. Location and value also come into play. But at some point, selection plays a role in deciding which dispensary to visit. And since it’s an objective means of comparison, we decided to have a go at ranking San Diego County dispensaries on this factor alone.

Research notes: Includes Pre Rolls. Data primarily sourced by dispensary websites. Data collected Jan 25-30 2023.

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