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THE IIPAY NATION of Santa Ysabel turned a struggling casino into a marijuana dispensary. It isn't licensed by California, and it doesn't need to be, the state.


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The Santa Ysabel TCRA is dedicated to maximum consumer protection of cannabis enterprise operations authorized on Iipay Nation Tribal lands, and the safety.


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Regulators at the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel's cannabis operation in December seized nearly 60 pounds of black market marijuana they say tribal employees.


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September 25, (Santa Ysabel)β€”The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel has contracted with a county-licensed medical marijuana dispensary to use the Tribe's.


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The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel is building a high-tech medical marijuana operation and it's leasing part of the property to growers who cultivate and.


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Recently, the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel in northeast San Diego County opened a dispensary inside what used to be a casino that failed in.


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Regulators at the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel's cannabis operation in December seized nearly 60 pounds of black market marijuana they say.


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The casino was shuttered in with the tribe owing tens of millions of dollars to creditors, including several million to the county. The retail operation, located where the front of the casino once was, is known as the Mountain Source Dispensary. The Santa Ysabel tribe is creating a roadmap, perhaps with a few hazard signs, that others may follow. The growing and manufacturing part of the operation is known at the Santa Ysabel Botanical Facility.

It was the first tribe in the county to enter the lucrative marijuana business. The tribe is quite open about the operation on its website. Communities have the power to say if we want them in iipay nation of santa ysabel dispensary communities or not. It lists a set of rules for customers that include provisions that sealed packages cannot be opened on the grounds, that no one under 21 be allowed on the premises, and nothing can be consumed at the retail establishment.

There, sales representatives taking orders on their iPads outline the offerings, including pain cream, edibles and dozens of varieties of pot.

Our Columns. Iipay nation of santa ysabel dispensary executive director, Dave Vialpando, said on Saturday the tribe and about two dozen other tribes that are part of the California Native American Cannabis Association C-NACA want to work with iipay nation of santa ysabel dispensary state and enter the licensed California see more market.

Some cities in San Diego County allow the sales, others do not. Vialpando acknowledged that the remote location of the dispensary might discourage business, but he said other factors should make it very attractive to consumers.

She said there are a lot of questions. We did everything according to how we were supposed to do it.

Vialpando said the tribe wants to work with the community. We continue to evaluate Public Law and our ability to enforce regulatory ordinances on Tribal Lands. I feel like when we spoke at the Planning Commission I understood that regardless of the state legalization we were able in our communities to make that decision for ourselves and we did that.

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As you know, the legal landscape is continuously changing in this area and difficult to navigate. We are unable to answer specific questions related to Santa Ysabel and any potential review of their operations. Under Proposition 64, the measure approved in legalizing recreational marijuana, local jurisdictions were given the ability to decide if dispensaries should be allowed. Best Of Ramona. Their products can be sold only in the dispensary or to dispensaries operated by other tribes within the state. Last year, he said, Santa Ysabel established rules allowing them to open the dispensary. Digital Publications. Rescue of the Week. Vialpando said Proposition 64 made no provisions for tribal lands and efforts in Sacramento to change the law to allow Native Americans to get licensed have failed because the state is insisting the tribes give up their sovereign powers. Contact Us. And the tribes have reached out to the state asking to join the larger licensed cannabis network, but have been rebuffed. There are no other tribal dispensaries in San Diego County; however, Vialpando said several local Native American nations are in the process of establishing operations. County Board of Supervisor Chairwoman Dianne Jacob said she thinks its possible the tribe is not within its rights to run a dispensary and a letter will soon be sent to the state asking for clarification. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options. He said the products being sold are better than can be found in licensed dispensaries, and it costs quite a bit less. Dating back to , the U. The tribe also operates a cigarette-only smoke shop right off Highway 79 just before customers get to the guarded gate. She said it was clear at the time the financially strapped tribe was going to go ahead with its cultivation plans, but she said she was told there would be no sales. Kids Art Corner. Weapons cannot be brought onto the property and customers should not operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of cannabis, according to the rules. Real Estate. She and others in the community have complained to the new Bureau of Cannabis Control, but the state says a license is not needed as long as the activity is contained within the sovereign nation. He notes there have been no law-enforcement calls involving the cannabis operation since the tribe got into the cannabis businesses three years ago because the facility has no neighbors and security measures are as good as can be found anywhere. Other local tribes are expected to follow suit, potentially setting up a confrontation with county officials, who have banned the operations in the unincorporated areas, though they have no control over the reservations. The tribe leases space inside the old casino to eight private cannabis operations. In , when the Santa Ysabel Resort and Casino opened on a hillside off state Route 79 overlooking Lake Henshaw and Palomar Mountain, the tribe envisioned building a hotel to serve the hordes of gamblers who would surely flock there. Public Law is a federal statute enacted by Congress in that enabled states to assume criminal, as well as civil, jurisdiction in matters involving Native Americans as litigants on reservation land. We do not condone any operation that is not properly licensed or regulated. That never happened; there were too many other casinos closer to San Diego and major transportation corridors such as Interstate The member Santa Ysabel tribe had watched some of its neighbors get rich, but saw its own prospects evaporating. Harry Jones. The government needs to figure this issue out because I think other tribes will go this same route. Supreme Court has recognized that Native American nations have the full constitutional right to manage their own affairs, govern themselves and engage in legal and political relationships with the federal government. Photo Galleries. Subscribe to our Newsletter.