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Cannabis Not Next Door

Call Washington State Patrol for tips related to all illegal cannabis grow bussinesses in residential neighborhoods. 

1-800-388-4769

DEA  206-553-5443

DEA: 206-553-5443

These cannabis grows are not licensed and are a hazard to national health safety and security.  

Transcribed from TV News...

They may look like any other house on the block, but some single family homes are providing a cover for major pot grows.

 

Dennis Robertson: They are destroying neighborhoods for a quick buck and that is just wrong. We need to find a way to stop it.

 

Tonight the change is coming that could force them out of the neighborhood. Pot growers are packing empty houses with plants because state law does not consider this a crime. But the city of Tukwila is working to close a loophole. Kiro News David Ham is at one of the houses that police busted and David, Some neighbors did not know about the pot grows. Yes, because from the outside the house does not seem unusual. There is a car in the driveway and a fence right over here. Inside cops said they found rooms filled with pot plants. Police also found more than 200 plants inside this house.

 

Dennis Robertson: It is a difficult thing to deal with.

 

City Councilman Dennis Robertson said this is happening not only here but across King County. He said pot growers are buying homes just for growing.

 

Dennis Robertson: They are picking houses because it is much more difficult for police and cities to go in and check houses.

 

The home owner of this house who did not want his face shown he told us he is allowed to have 45 plants for medicinal purposes for himself and for others under what is called a medical marijuana collective.

 

Bottom line… where you selling these plants? Were you growing this pot to sell it ?

 

No, all of these plants were for my own personal use.

 

King County declined to file felony charges because prosecutors said that current laws are not completely clear on this type of growing, however that will change next July when collective gardens will be outlawed in the state and replaced with a more defined system called cooperatives. Robertson can’t wait for that solution to be enacted.

 

Dennis Robertson: They destroy the house. They bring crime into the neighborhoods.

 

The home owner tells me he is still growing 45 pot plants inside his house but the city is working on getting a court order to get him to stop growing altogether.

 

 

Join Washington state voters to protect home owners from illegal cannabis growers.

 

Support home ownership. Keep our neighborhoods safe by voting for Initiative Measure Number -1778.

 

 

Contact: Regis Costello 

Regiscostello@comcast.net

206-747-3638                         

 

 

 

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Cannabis Crime Shred Initiative  1123

 

 

 

 

August 26, 2016

Bob Ferguson

ATTORNEY GENERAL OF WASHINGTON

Administration Division

PO Box 40100 • Olympia WA 98504-0100 • (360) 753-6200

 

The Honorable Kim Wyman Elections Division

ATTN: Initiative and Referendum

PO Box 40220

Olympia, WA 98504-0220

 

Re:     Initiative No. 882

 

Dear Secretary Wyman:

Pursuant to RCW 29A.72.060, we supply herewith the ballot title and ballot measure summary for Initiative No. 882 to the Legislature (an act relating to public health and safety concerning marijuana production, processing and sale in residential zoned neighborhoods).

BALLOT TITLE

Statement of Subject: Initiative Measure No. 882 concerns marijuana.

Concise Description: This measure would prohibit production, processing, and sale of marijuana in residentially zoned neighborhoods; and allow lawsuits and authorize forfeiture of personal and real property for violations related to marijuana and other drugs.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes [ ] No [ ]

BALLOT MEASURE SUMMARY

This measure would prohibit the production, processing, and sale of marijuana in residentially zoned neighborhoods. It would authorize forfeiture of personal and real property for violations of zoning and other laws related to marijuana and other drug production, processing, and sales. It would also allow private or state actors to file actions for damages and forfeiture of property involved in delivery, cultivation, or possession with intent to deliver or cultivate marijuana or cannabis.

 

 

Sincerely,

 

CALLIE A. CASTILLO Deputy Solicitor General

(360)664-0869

 

 

 

COMPLETE TEXT   

AN ACT Relating to public health and safety with cannabis growers, producers, and retailers; adding a new section to chapter 69.50 RCW and providing an effective date.

 

   BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF  WASHINGTON:

 

INTENT

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 1.  (1) The people intend to maintain health and safety, prevent the disruption of vital utility services, and prevent the unlawful theft of utilities such as power and water that are essential for cannabis grow operations by enacting this measure.

 

(2) The production, processing, and sale of cannabis is not allowed in residential zoned neighborhoods.

 

(3) The prohibition in this section does not apply to products approved by the United States food and drug administration for consumer use.

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 2.  Section 1 of this act constitutes a new section to chapter 69.50 RCW.

 

(1) Definitions for the purposes of this section:

  • "Bypass" means the taking of power or water and term most often used by police authority during a marijuana raid to describe the unlawful tapping into or diverting of a utility source by marijuana grow house owners.

  • "Power meter" means a utility that monitors usage and is most often attached to the side of a building as a way to measure the usage of electrical power.

  • "Real property" means all property that is permanently attached to or part of land or any structure that is affixed with the land.

  • “Seller disclosure environmental” means that the seller must fully disclose to the buyer if the residential zoned real property’s power utility has any history of growing or manufacturing cannabis in any form. 

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(2) The prohibition in subsection (1) of this section does not apply to products approved by the United States food and drug administration for consumer use.

 

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 3.  The provisions in this act are to be liberally construed to effectuate the policies, purposes, and intent of this act.

 

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 4.  If any provision of this act or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of the act or the application of the provision to other persons or circumstances is not affected.

 

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 5.  This act may be known and cited as the "cannabis not next door initiative."

 

NEW SECTION.  Sec. 6.  This act takes effect January 1, 2017.                              

 

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Purchase a Cannabis Not Next Door shirt with embroidered logo and keep

Washington evergreen and free of unlawful marijuana growers.

 Send us an email request and we will send you a shirt. 

                                                                                       $26.00 plus shipping and tax.

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