Located along scenic Highway 1 just north of Morro Bay is a small community called Cayucos. Currently Cayucos has limited access to medical and recreational marijuana. The community falls under the legislation of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. This Board like most other municipalities in CA are considering new legislation on cannabis activities in Cayucos and the other unincorporated areas of the county. The Board of Supervisors seems to be leaning toward allowing closed to the public dispensaries in Cayucos to operate solely as a weed delivery business. This will greatly lower the ease in witch Cayucos residents will be able to access marijuana. Although neighboring Morro Bay has chosen to allow to dispensaries they will only be allowed to sell medical marijuana and not recreational cannabis. The population of Cayucos can count on The Source to provide them good product and good service.
The City Of Morro Bay has been working on cannabis regulation for some time now. They have decided to allow two businesses to open Medical marijuana brick and mortar facilities. A person would be safe to assume that these medical marijuana dispensaries will also have corresponding delivery services that will serve the surrounding communities such as Los Osos and Cayucos. The Road to this decision to allow brick and mortar medical marijuana dispensaries in Morro Bay has not been an easy one. The Government officials went back on forth on wether to allow only weed delivery services in Morro Bay or if they wanted to also open it up to physical dispensaries. At the end of the day they made the decision to honor the will of the people allowing increased access for patients to receive their cannabis in and around Morro Bay through both delivery and dispensary.
The Community of Los Osos is locate about 10 miles to the west of San Luis Obispo and has a population of around d 10,000 people. The community falls under the authority of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors. This Board has recently taken up the debate on the rules and regulations around operating a marijuana delivery service in Los Osos and other unincorporated areas of the county. The board is leaning toward allowing the operation of these weed delivery services in the unincorporated areas of the county including Los Osos. The businesses will have to have a not open to the public dispensary in order to operate a weed or cannabis delivery service.
In this blog post I would like to discuss the delivery of cannabis in and around the city of San Luis Obispo. First I would like to clear up some common verbiage used to describe cannabis. The plant is often referred to as marijuana or weed. All of these names are referring to the same plant and often used to describe the flower of the cannabis plant. In and around the city of San Luis Obispo the only access people have to this plant is through delivery services. This limit of access is not specific to the city of San Luis Obispo but also includes areas such as Los Osos, Morro Bay, and Cayucos. These weed delivery services operate under the protection go Prop 215 and they are all formed as non-profit corporations. Most of these businesses are located in the city of SLO but the community of Los Osos is also home to a handful. If you travel up the coast from LO around 10min you enter the city of Morro Bay and this city is more friendly to marijuana activities. The city officials have chosen to allow two medical only brick and mortar dispensaries with their corresponding delivery services. The next community one would run into while traveling up the coast is Cayucos. Morro Bay and Cayucos are only a quick bike ride apart and the same cannabis delivery services originating from the brick and mortars down the road are expected to serve the town of Cayucos.