Looks like it will be less than promised.
In a split vote Tuesday, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors cut marijuana businesses’ tax rates, in some cases by two thirds, said Luis Alejo, the board’s chairman.
Greenhouse growers, who had been staring at a $15-per-square-foot tax, will instead pay $5 per square foot while indoor cultivators will pay $8 a square foot, he said.
Uh, About All That Tax Revenue From Legal Weed
Again and again. Pass the meat please, skip the salad.
In January, Mann Packing recalled organic snacking trays over mislabeled ingredients related to the ranch dressing dip. That recall affected five states — Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, New York and Texas, according to FDA records
It followed a similar incident in August 2016, when vegetable trays were recalled from California and 23 other states.
A salmonella scare in May 2011 prompted a national recall of the company’s party trays and snacks-on-the-go items containing grape tomatoes. In that case, however, the tomatoes were traced to a grower in Florida, not Mann Packing, according to industry media reports from the time.
In the current recall, the products were distributed with the brands Archer Farms, HEB, Little Salad Bar, Mann, Mann Culinary Cuts, Mann’s Family Favorites, Mann’s Snacking Favorites, Signatures Farms, Trader Joe’s, Walmart and food services such as Cross Valley Farms, Mann and Sysco Natural.
Poo salad fixings came from Salinas
Craig Wilson, Costco vice president of food safety and quality assurance, said Wednesday he was told by the Food and Drug Administration that the strain of E. coli seems to be connected to an onion and celery mix.
Wilson identified the supplier as Taylor Farms in Salinas.
E. coli Outbreak In Vegetables From Taylor Farms
If you must use plastic to buy gas get a dedicated gas company card. With a low limit.
Credit card skimming devices were found at the Shell Gas Station, 1201 Forest Ave., according to the Pacific Grove Police Department.
An investigation showed the skimmers were placed at approximately 11 p.m. on Tuesday and the pumps were deactivated at that time. It is unknown if any customer information was collected or disseminated by the devices.
The suspects were caught on video surveillance and the investigation is ongoing.
Gas Pumps Hacked In P.G.
Officers responded about 10:40 p.m. to the 1900 block of Sunset Drive, where they found a crowd in front of Beachcomber Inn rendering first aid to the Marina man.
Further investigation revealed the motorcyclist had been traveling east on Sunset from Asilomar State Beach and took a curve at a high speed, causing him to lose control.
The man fell, and, still straddling his motorcycle, slid through the bushes along the shoulder of the road before coming to rest in front of the hotel.
Organ Donor Nearly Donates
Might as well bring this picture back with an update. How are those sex offender programs working out, son of Pollacci?
Jordan Pollacci, 24, who is the son of convicted rapist Tom Pollacci, was taken into custody for misdemeanor invasion of privacy and felony probation violation after a man reported seeing Pollacci using a cell phone to snap photos under his wife’s dress.
PS, the KSBW URL link for it’s story is somewhat amusing calling Jordan a Pebble Beach Pervert –
Jordan Pollacci Arrested For Up-The-Skirt Pictures
KSBW Explains the squirrel bit.
In addition to jail and probation, Robert Gunn was also sentenced to 300 hours of community service and ordered to pay more than $10,000 in fines, according to the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office.
The 69-year-old employer claimed to have just gotten insurance but said he didn’t have it at the time of the injury. He also said he was in the process of registering with the Employment Development Department.
Sure he was.
A Year In Jail For Contractor
The shoreline and recreation trail are definitely not safe after dark.
Just after midnight, an officer contacted a man parked near the ocean front on the 1600 block of Ocean View Boulevard. The man was allegedly in possession of a loaded and concealed weapon on himself and having drug paraphernalia in his vehicle.
Santos Gervacio Benitez, 18, of Salinas, was arrested and booked into Monterey County Jail.
At 11 a.m. an officer saw a man smoking marijuana adjacent to the waterfront on the 1700 block of Sunset Drive. Another man was contacted near the water. Both men, under 21, were found in possession of alcohol and had been illegally collecting marine life from teh tide pools.
Alvaro Miranda, 20, and Jesus Miranda Gonzalez, 19, both of San Jose, were arrested on suspicion of a minor in possession of alcohol and illegally taking animals from a marine sanctuary.
P.G. Shores Attract Crime
Only Sam the Sham Farr can call up people and tell them to send money..
Two women were almost victims of a phone scam on Thursday, according to the Pacific Grove Police Department.
Both women received calls from a man who identified himself as a law enforcement official and said they had warrants for their arrests for not appearing on a jury summons. He had their names, addresses and phone numbers.
The public is reminded to never provide personal information over the phone or Internet to an unverified person. If you receive notification of a matter involving the transfer or payment of funds, always verify the validity of the message by using contact information you know to be accurate, not phone numbers or email addresses provided by the party.
If in doubt, the public is asked to contact law enforcement before taking any action.
Pacific Grove police said they arrested Zachary McGlothen and Justin Clark, both 18, for their suspected involvement in a residential burglary earlier that evening.
Officers responded at 6:30 p.m. to an alarm in the 300 block of Calle De Los Amigos, where they found a residence window shattered. A neighbor provided the description of a suspicious person in the area.
Teen Burglars Busted By Beach