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Cannabis Tax Revenues In Woodlake Hit $800,000 And Counting

In January 2018, the Tulare County City of Woodlake became home to the San Joaquin Valley’s first-ever recreational marijuana dispensary. Two other businesses, a large-scale cultivator and extract manufacturer, opened in 2019. As of early 2020, the city’s tax revenue generated by the industry topped $ 800,000—far more than the $ 20,000 per month originally projected. In this interview, FM89’s Kerry Klein sat down with Woodlake Community Development Director Jason Waters to learn about what the windfall has meant for the city and what’s in store for Woodlake cannabis in 2020.
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