A large agricultural store will be built on the eastern frontage road just south of Acampo Road if owner Jose Rios has his way.
The San Joaquin County Planning Commission, meeting Thursday, will consider issuing a use permit for the store, which would share a 1,600-square-foot office, convert 2,400 square feet of an existing farm services storage area into the agricultural store and 800 square feet for agricultural storage.
In other action, the Planning Commission will:
- Consider a use permit application by Lival Properties to construct a truck stop on almost 12 acres in Flag City. The truck stop would include 16 pumps and 24 fueling stations to serve 16 gasoline and eight diesel fueling positions on the east side of Thornton Road, north of Highway 12.
- Consider a one-year time extension for Canandaigua Wine Co., which was previously granted a use permit to expand its winery. Plans call for a 6,280-square-foot addition to a storage and maintenance building, an additional 6,400-square-foot addition to the existence to its maintenance building and a 24,000 square-foot storage building on the south side of Turner Road, east of Thornton Road.
Thursday's meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the county Public Health/Planning Auditorium, 1601 E. Hazelton Ave., Stockton.