Cannabis & Marijuana Tax (CMT)

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On November 4, 2014, the Cathedral City voters approved Measure N, which approved a new tax at a rate of up to fifteen cents per each dollar of proceeds or fractional part thereof on marijuana collectives and dispensaries operating in the City of Cathedral City.

A Marijuana (or cannabis) collective (dispensary) means any activity regulated or permitted by Chapter 9.108 of the Cathedral City Municipal Code, or California Health and Safety Code sections 11362.5, et seq., as may be amended from time to time, or any other activity or business that involves planting, cultivating, harvesting, transporting, dispensing, delivering, providing, manufacturing, compounding, converting, processing, preparing, storing, packaging, or testing any part of the marijuana plant for medical purposes.

Every person engaged in operating or otherwise conducting a cannabis or marijuana collective and/or dispensary (collectively referred to herein as "collective"), and regardless of whether such collective has a permit pursuant to Chapter 9.108 of the City of Cathedral City's Municipal Code, establishes a maximum cannabis and marijuana tax of 15 cents for each $1.00 of proceeds or fractional part thereof.

Proceeds means gross receipts of any kind, including without limitation, membership dues; the value of in-kind contributions; reimbursements provided by members regardless of form; any payments made; and anything else of value obtained by a cannabis or marijuana collective.

The ordinances and resolutions enacted to date include: