LODI —The Lodi Planning Commission will meet tonight to consider four applications for use permits, including two wineries.
Denise Lane of Person Centered Services wants to open a community care center for special-needs adults on North Cherokee Lane and Pioneer Drive. The center would offer training for daily living and self-care.
David Burkhart of Lodi Aggregates submitted an application to build a concrete recycling center on East Lockeford Street. Rock and concrete would only be crushed once or twice a month. The business would then sell sand and crushed rock wholesale to contractors and landscapers.
Jeremy Trettavik hopes to expand Jeremy Wine Co. by building a winemaking center on Black Diamond Way. There will be enough room to hold 25 barrels during fermenting and 200 cases of finished wine, as well as a lab and office.
Jeff Hansen of AH Wines wants to build a winery on East Vine Street in a vacant industrial building. Since he is a new winemaker, he also needs several alcohol licenses.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Carnegie Forum at 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.
— Sara Jane Pohlman