A divided San Joaquin County Planning Commission voted Thursday to continue allowing wineries to apply to the county for events such as weddings and concerts until the county’s new general plan is adopted.
Thursday’s vote came after the Board of Supervisors asked commissioners to adopt a one-year moratorium on special marketing events at rural wineries. The commission voted 3-2 to oppose the moratorium. Commissioners Clem Lee and Chris Kontos supported the moratorium, so that county officials can have some time to work out a suitable revision to the ordinance that regulates winery use.
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