- In other action
On Tuesday, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors also:
- Approved plans to reroof the lemur exhibit, spider monkey exhibit and Island Lost in Time at Micke Grove Zoo. Cost estimate is $42,000.
- Reappointed Mike Manna of Acampo and Marc Warmerdam of Lodi to the county Mosquito Abatement & Vector Control District board, and appointed newcomer Jay Colombini of Linden. Supervisors didn't act on the San Joaquin Taxpayers Association's request to postpone the appointments until the mosquito district board decides whether to continue offering health benefits to board members. There were no other applicants.
- Appointed Donald Stanley Dean to fill a vacancy on the Thornton Municipal Advisory Council, and reappointed Kristine Honer.
- Appointed Mary Avanti and Lee Boyer to the Woodbridge Municipal Advisory Council.
— Ross Farrow
Posted: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 12:00 am
After a two-hour public hearing on Tuesday afternoon, a decision on whether an Acampo winery should be allowed to operate a deli and large agricultural store was postponed for a month.
Teri and Larry Lawrence, new owners of Viaggo Winery, requested a postponement until Feb. 12 so that they can provide greater detail of just what a delicatessen is, especially on a farm.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013 12:00 am.