by Jack Mayne For the foreseeable future, there will be no retail sales of marijuana in Burien because all applicants failed the Liquor Control Board’s initial screening. Chip Davis, Burien’s community... [Read more]
The Burien Police Department is reporting that it busted an illegal marijuana growing operation in the 500 block of SW 128th Street on Tuesday (April 22), seizing 83 plants, 30 pounds of drying marijuana,... [Read more]
The Burien City Council voted 5-2 at Monday night’s (Feb. 3) meeting to adopt proposed regulations for the production, processing and sale of recreational marijuana within the city limits…
Burien council members will have before them for possible action at their Feb. 3 meeting three draft ordinances for regulating legal marijuana businesses in the city…
At tonight’s meeting (Monday, Jan. 27), the Burien City Council will review and discuss proposed amendments to the zoning code to allow marijuana-related businesses within city limits…
The Burien Planning Commission will hold an open, public hearing this Wednesday, Jan. 8, starting at 7 p.m. on proposed zoning regulations for the location and establishment of marijuana producers, processors... [Read more]
The Burien Planning Commission will begin working on zoning regulations for marijuana-related businesses at its meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 11 starting at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The public is welcome to this... [Read more]
The City of Burien Planning Commission will be holding a public hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 25 starting at 7 p.m. at Burien City Hall (400 SW 152nd Street) to receive public comments on interim zoning... [Read more]
King County Sheriff John Urquhart spoke in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday (Sept. 10) about marijuana, stating that “the War on Drugs has been a failure” and urging feds... [Read more]
The State of Washington announced Wednesday (Sept. 4) that the City of Burien will be eligible to host one Marijuana Store, similar to what other cities of its size will be allowed: These stores – which... [Read more]
Excerpt of the Agenda Bill for Resolution 586. Click image to download full PDF. by Ralph Nichols Burien City Council members gave unanimous approval Monday night (Aug. 19) to interim zoning regulations... [Read more]
The Burien City Council unanimously approved at Monday night’s (Aug. 19) meeting interim zoning regulations for six months on the location, operation and licensing of marijuana producers, processors... [Read more]
Click image to see larger version. Detectives served a narcotics search warrant on a house in the 1000 block of SW 130 Street in Burien (map below) on Saturday, Nov. 17 around 9:45 p.m., resulting in a... [Read more]
Following a change in filing by the King County Prosecutor’s office, King County Sheriff’s Office deputies will not be directed to arrest or charge individuals caught with one ounce or less of marijuana... [Read more]
Marijuana-only stores would be licensed to sell limited quantities of marijuana to people over 21 under the terms of Initiative 502, which has been endorsed by two 34 District state legislators. State... [Read more]
by Ralph Nichols Burien City Council members agreed Monday night (Feb. 13) to terminate the city’s three-year-old red light camera program. Although Jack Block Jr. said he favored renewing the contract... [Read more]
by Ralph Nichols Even as the Legislature continues to consider a bill that would allow medical marijuana dispensaries to do business in the state, a six-month city moratorium has been imposed on locating... [Read more]
Our friends at Burien Little Theatre have been busy rehearsing, staging and prepping their smokin’ stage for the premiere of “Reefer Madness: The Musical,” which opens this Friday night,... [Read more]
One man was arrested when a marijuana “grow house” operation was busted in the Top Hat neighborhood Friday morning, Jan. 22nd by Bellevue Police, working with the King County Sheriff’s... [Read more]
Toke, er we mean Tip of the bong, er Hat to BTB Reader and local Writer/Talent Don Crawley, who alerted us to this humorous message on the Grocery Outlet sign on 4th Ave SW near SW 150th.
We’ve always thought this store was crowded because of the bargains, but now we know the real reason: it’s Burien’s Spring Pot Sale!
Some other bad attempts at lame pot humor come to mind, like:
- “No wonder those shoppers are buying such large quantities of Twinkies…and theyâ€™re so mellow!” – Don Crawley
- “Clean up in aisle three â€“ the entire stack of discount munchies have been spilled again!”
- Listen closely to the Muzak that’s played in the store next time you’re there â€“ nothing but Grateful Dead and Phish.
- Note the name of the espresso stand in the background â€“ it’s called “Red Eye Expresso” for a reason!
Have any pot-related joke ideas?
Dump ‘em in Comments below, ‘cuz we could all use a chuckle now and then…