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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. And why does Moffat need more housing? The small, sleepy town in Saguache County is expecting to welcome new faces now that its town board has approved plans for Area , a unique business compound that could bring nine different pot companies to Moffat — which will all share space. Moffat didn't just approve Area The town annexed land from Saguache County for the development — acres, to be exact.

Potential tenants, meanwhile, hope Area will reduce the cost of doing business that pot enterprises face in Denver and other Colorado communities already saturated with cannabis outfits.

Starting a new cannabis business anywhere in Colorado can be expensive and filled with obstacles, but those difficulties increase in the Denver area, where most municipalities have caps on how many businesses they allow. Taking advantage of those hurdles, a few small towns in rural Colorado opened their doors to commercial pot. Trinidad, which is a stone's throw from New Mexico on Interstate 25, has a population of 8, Antonito, another town near New Mexico, has three dispensaries for fewer than 1, residents.

Moffat is about 75 miles from New Mexico, so it doesn't have the same pot tourism opportunities as towns closer to the border, but Mike Biggio, Jason Irwin and Whitney Justice still thought that all the open space around the town could be put to use. The three used their combination of cannabis-growing experience and commercial-development knowledge to persuade Moffat to annex space from Saguache County.

Biggio and Irwin had owned dispensaries in Denver and Colorado Springs before they hatched the idea for Area a little over a year ago. They originally pitched the concept to Saguache County, but the county wasn't as open to their business plan as Moffat was. There's no county commission," Irwin explains.

While visiting a friend in Moffat, Justice met Biggio and Irwin at a party. The Area group says that Moffat and the town's mayor, Patricia Regal, were extremely welcoming to their idea, granting nine licenses initially and then allowing for fourteen more after a town meeting September Morgan, who's now on the Moffat Town Board after serving as mayor from to , says there was some minor opposition to Area at the beginning, but most of it died out after Justice explained their plan.

Moffat previously had a cap on cannabis cultivations and dispensaries, allowing just two each within its borders, but the board has now amended those restrictions twice. The businesses inhabiting Area will own their slips of land and have access to a commercial water supply. According to Justice, the initial businesses in the project are all wholesale cultivation, extraction and infused-product manufactures, but that doesn't mean a dispensary won't be there in the future.

And if Area reaches its full potential, the organizers and their tenants have discussed building tiny homes for employees who now drive to Moffat for work. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! TaRah Graham, who lived in Georgia with his family before moving to Colorado to join the green rush, had trouble finding a spot for Green Life Infusions, his proposed cannabis-extraction business.

But if the city or county was accepting licenses, it was hard finding land or a building in an [approved] zone," he says. After hearing about Area , Graham moved to Moffat earlier this year.

Now, as he prepares to launch Green Life, he's moving his wife and children to the town Now that the project has local approval, Area 's tenants are waiting on the state Marijuana Enforcement Division , which can take around fifty days to issue licenses after applications are received.

Everyone attached to the project is confident they'll be approved, though. The state does a background check on everybody that is given a license," explains Morgan. We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.

Or sign in with a social account: Recommended For You Adolphus A. Dispensaries Carrying Classic Strains. Moffat, Colorado, currently has barely more than residents. Thomas Mitchell September 21, 9: If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters.

All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town. No Thanks Sign Up. Thomas Mitchell has written about all things cannabis for Westword since , covering sports, real estate and general news along the way for publications such as the Arizona Republic , Inman and Fox Sports. He's currently the cannabis editor for westword. Tokers of the Old-School:

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So what does friendly mean? This somewhat cryptic phrase refers to friendliness to cannabis culture. Cannabis is the plant of many nicknames.

Back in the s, weed was still highly illegal. Enthusiasts had to speak in code, shop the black market, and partake in secret. They started using 4: Since its origins back in the 70s, has stuck as a euphemism for cannabis. Its usefulness as a discrete codeword lives on today, particularly on the Internet.

How to know if your future roommate, girlfriend, or houseguest is down to toke? Drop a bomb. For example, check out this adorable room in Conifer, CO. Way to go, Conifer room. The phrase is also used for seeking out the best roommate scenario. Take this friendly musician, for example. Our hearts went out to him when we read his roommate search story: Unfortunately, I have one roommate that sucks balls and is starting to be a burden. Your roommate match is out there. Another super-useful place for the friendly filter is in the wild west of dating apps.

We signed on to OKCupid and went catfishing a little bit, just to see what the search results would yield. As it turns out, single friendly folks are not alone. There are 61 gents in the Denver area that identified themselves as friendly. Here are a few of our favorites: Bloom reported his find in the May issue of High Times, which the magazine found in its archives and provided to the Huffington Post.

The story, though, was only partially right. It had nothing to do with a police code -- though the San Rafael part was dead on. Indeed, a group of five San Rafael High School friends known as the Waldos - by virtue of their chosen hang-out spot, a wall outside the school - coined the term in The Huffington Post spoke with Waldo Steve, Waldo Dave and Dave's older brother, Patrick, and confirmed their full names and identities, which they asked to keep secret for professional reasons.

Pot is still, after all, illegal. The Waldos never envisioned that pot smokers the world over would celebrate each April 20th as a result of their foray into the Point Reyes forest. The day has managed to become something of a national holiday in the face of official condemnation.

This year's celebration will be no different. Officials at the University of Colorado at Boulder and University of California, Santa Cruz, which boast two of the biggest smoke outs, are pushing back. But the Cheshire cat is out of the bag. Students and locals will show up at round four, light up at 4: No bands, no speakers, no chants.

Just a bunch of people getting together and getting stoned. The code often creeps into popular culture and mainstream settings. Nearly all of the clocks in the pawn shop scene in "Pulp Fiction," for instance, are set to 4: In , when the California legislature codified the medical marijuana law voters had approved, the bill was named SB California legislative staffers spoken to for this story say that the designation remains a mystery, but that both Leno and the lead Senate sponsor, John Vasconcellos, are hip enough that they must have known what it meant.

If you were involved with SB and know the story, email me. The code pops up in Craig's List postings when fellow smokers search for " friendly" roommates. The Waldos do have proof, however, that they used the term in the early '70s in the form of an old flag and numerous letters with references and early '70s post marks.

They also have a story. It goes like this: One day in the Fall of - harvest time - the Waldos got word of a Coast Guard service member who could no longer tend his plot of marijuana plants near the Point Reyes Peninsula Coast Guard station.

A treasure map in hand, the Waldos decided to pluck some of this free bud. The Waldos were all athletes and agreed to meet at the statue of Louis Pasteur outside the school at 4: It originally started out 4: The first forays out were unsuccessful, but the group kept looking for the hidden crop.

Reyes and smoke the entire time we were out there. We did it week after week," says Steve. But they did find a useful codeword. He would know if I was saying, 'Hey, do you wanna go smoke some?

Our parents didn't know what we were talking about. It's one thing to identify the origin of the term. Indeed, Wikipedia and Urban Dictionary already include references to the Waldos. How did spread from a circle of California stoners across the globe? As fortune would have it, the collapse of San Francisco's hippie utopia in the late '60s set the stage. The Waldos had more than just a geographic connection to the Dead. Mark Waldo's father took care of real estate for the Dead.

Patrick tells the Huffington Post that he smoked with Lesh on numerous occasions. He couldn't recall if he used the term around him, but guessed that he must have.

So we used to go hang out and listen to them play music and get high while they're practicing for gigs. But I think it's possible my brother Patrick might have spread it through Phil Lesh. And me, too, because I was hanging out with Lesh and his band [as a roadie] when they were doing a summer tour my brother was managing.

The Waldos also had open access to Dead parties and rehearsals. When somebody passes a joint or something, 'Hey, Lesh, walking off the stage after a recent Dead concert, confirmed that Patrick is a friend and said he "wouldn't be surprised" if the Waldos had coined He wasn't sure, he said, when the first time he heard it was. I wish I could help," he said. Wavy-Gravy is a hippie icon with his own ice cream flavor and has been hanging out with the Dead for decades. HuffPost spotted him outside the concert.

Asked about the origin of , he suggested it began "somewhere in the foggy mists of time. What time is it now? I say to you: As the Grateful Dead toured the globe through the '70s and '80s, playing hundreds of shows a year - the term spread though the Dead underground.

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