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September 2018

250 CYCLISTS RIDE DOWN HIGHWAY 1, SEPTEMBER 22

The Arthritis Foundation's 2018 California Coast Classic is an annual bike ride that starts in San Francisco and goes to Los Angeles. This ride will start Saturday morning, September 22 at Pier 39 with 250 cyclists. They will enter Pacifica at Palmetto Avenue near Westline Drive and will continue south along Beach Boulevard. The riders will enter Highway 1 near Mori Point, continuing south on Highway 1 toward Half Moon Bay. Please watch for cyclists on our roadways this Saturday and every day, and please drive safely.


RIPTIDE COVERS THE COASTSIDE FROM PACIFICA TO PESCADERO

Salada beach -#4v  copyGenerous friends and supporters have kept us afloat since our 2007 launch. You can help, too. Just mail a donation (check or mail order in any amount) to John Maybury, Riptide Editor, P.O. Box 334, Moss Beach, CA 94038. Also, we get a commission when you shop at the Amazon link on our sidebar. Shameless plug: Our friend, Pacifica Mayor John Keener, says, "Thanks for maintaining the best blog in Pacifica."

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PACIFICA'S NEW MEDICAL POT DISPENSARY

The Pacifica Planning Commission on September 17 approved the first retail cannabis dispensary resulting from the recent lottery that allows for six recreational pot dispensaries in the city, but this dispensary has chosen to dispense medical pot only, at least for now.  The new dispensary, called The Phog Center, will open at a 641-square-foot commercial space at 2270 Palmetto Avenue, across from the Sharp Park Library.

Alan Wald