My neighborhood is finally seeing new development.
- We were hit really hard by the 2008 financial recession, when we lost dozens of businesses and a large factory that employed hundreds of people.
The population in this city shrank and we haven’t had any residential or commercial developers here since. I almost left when I couldn’t find a job for several months back in 2014, but my financial situation has been much easier for me since. I’m just surprised to finally see that things are turning around in this area. We have a new apartment complex that is near completion and most of the units have been claimed. I have heard rumors about two more apartment complexes in the planning stages, but we’ll have to wait and see if those projects pan out. The most exciting businesses to open in this area are the medical and recreational marijuana stores. Since I still have my medical marijuana card to avoid state taxes on my cannabis products, I shop at the closest medical marijuana store that is near me. Best of all, they’re now offering home delivery for free with purchases that are $100 or more. This is great if I’m looking to stock up on cannabis flower products for a few weeks at a time to avoid visiting the crowded dispensary store. This medical marijuana store near me also has some of the best live rosin in the entire state. They harvest the plants and freeze them immediately before they’re dried; these frozen plants are dry sifted and then the trichomes are pressed into rosin. It’s a delicious cannabis extract if you can afford the cost.