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Resort plan grows from orchard

Resort plan grows from orchard

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3 comments:

  • Doug Chaney posted at 1:18 pm on Thu, Apr 4, 2013.

    advocate Posts: 499

    Diede's new building in that same area was questioned as another controversial issue as to how they even got their project planned and approved during the time that the long gone greenbelt issue was a hot topic. How did they pull the strings to build that ugly building with old vehicles littering the back lots when most in this area were being misdirected by the attention of Reynolds Ranch and the BC/BS fiasco?

     
  • Kevin Paglia posted at 8:01 am on Thu, Apr 4, 2013.

    Kevin Paglia Posts: 1904

    Tht is REALLY going to mess up my cycling route.

    Any chance they (collective powers that be "They") will put some attention on the deplorable bike path on Eight mile road so out bicycles quit vibrating apart as we run over the barage of pavement bumps.

     
  • Sam Heller posted at 7:11 am on Thu, Apr 4, 2013.

    Sam Heller Posts: 176

    I was under the impression that both the city of Lodi and the city of Stockton want to preserve farmland on Armstrong Road from 99 to I-5. I also thought protecting AG-40 land was a priority in this county. What am I missing?

    According to Mr. Anderson a hotel, 2 restaurants, 10-15 stores, a farmers market, a convention hall, a wedding hall, an outdoor amphitheater and a day spa are "ok" because they are near Micke Grove? By his logic Armstrong Road will become a haven for more complexes like these.

    Excuse me Mr Anderson, but I thought our farmland was one of the largest gems in San Joaquin County. We need to protect it.

     
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