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Hotels, stores could come to Victor Road-Highway 88

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Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 10:00 pm

Sometime after the nation recovers from the recession, you may find up to 17 acres of restaurants, gas stations, motels and stores southwest of Lockeford.

Nickolas and Dolores Spanos of Lodi received the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors' blessing on Tuesday afternoon to rezone the land at the northeast corner of Victor Road and Highway 88 from general agriculture to freeway service commercial.

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  • posted at 1:07 pm on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    If your going to build, why not a little closer to Lockeford, it could use all the business it could get. I remember 12 and 88 before the signal, a real danger, especially in fog season. At the present time there is no infastructure. With all the business` you state will be built there, a sewage treatment plant will have to be built,along with a water to service the area, many millions of dollars will be spent, someone has deep pockets.

  • posted at 11:31 am on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    Your overlooking the fact that stopping for gas and a burger doesnt create traffic it only serves the traffic. That area is signalized now so now big deal.

  • posted at 10:15 am on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    jdizzle, you forgot to mention that Hwy. 88 is also 2 lane, all that traffic coming from many different directions.You say it`s no big deal at Hwy. 12. Allot of people don`t like a WalMart being built at Lower Sac. and Hwy. 12., traffic being one of the sticking points. At that location there are 4 lanes, along with two left turns so traffic shouldn`t that shouldn`t be a factor---- right ??

  • posted at 9:50 am on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    Highwat 12 is a two lane road also. I stopped by at carls jr at flag city yesterday and no big deal

  • posted at 8:06 am on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    All that traffic on a two lane road. Sounds like some kind of a bottle neck to me.

  • posted at 7:30 am on Wed, Jul 15, 2009.


    much needed for the area



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