El Cajon

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  1. Is it legal to grow marijuana?
  2. How to get a medical marijuana card?
  3. How to get a marijuana license?
  4. Can employers of 420 Evaluations bring a card to my home?
  5. Where can I find a community of medical marijuana?
  6. What are the last legal notifications about medical marijuana?
  7. Where is the closest weed clinic of 420 Evaluations?

    History of the city

    Were you aware? The city’s nickname is the Big Box, borrowed from the Spanish phrase, “el cajón,” which means “the box” or “the drawer.”
    The Spanish were the first Europeans. The Spanish King gave substantial land grants to Spaniard elites and super-patriots who, no doubt had a desire to get away from it. These Spanish stations were called ranchos, and were used for cattle grazing and a bit of farming. In the Mexican age, ranchos were given to individuals faithful to the revolution, but loaded”Californios” of Spanish heritage were still active and played a leading role in grabbing much of the church’s lands.
    With the cession of California after the Mexican-American War, in 1848, Mexican-Spanish lands went into the control of newly arriving Anglos. In 1868, a developer named Isaac Lankershim bought the bulk of the Rancho El Cajon land holdings. After gold was discovered,.the original settlement actively serviced travelers on their journey between San Diego and Julian. El Cajon was incorporated in 1912 as a city.

    Contacts of medical marijuana personalities in El Cajon

    James J. Warner
    Address: 3233 Third Ave San Diego CA 92103

    Anthony Imbimbo CPA APC
    (619) 497-1040
    Address: 2445 Fifth Avenue Suite 350 San Diego, CA 92101

    Michael E. Cindrich
    (619) 262-2500

    San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney

    Address: 750 B Street Suite 3300 San Diego CA 92101