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Plans for new tire store being reviewed by city
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America’s Tire Co. will break ground on a Manteca store later this year.

Plans for the 7,000-square-foot building to accommodate the retail sale and installation of tires and wheels on the corner of the Home Dept parking lot at southeast Commerce Avenue and Historical Plaza Way are now being reviewed by city staff.

The store would ultimately employ five to seven workers.

Maryland-based Home Depot is selling 28,000 square feet of the parking lot to America’s Tire Store.

The showroom will face Commerce Avenue and be accessed by existing driveways off Commerce Avenue and Historical Plaza Way.

Additional landscaping of trees and shrubs will be added while existing palms at the corner of Commerce Drive and Historical Plaza Way will be relocated on the parcel to open up the tire store showroom to passing traffic.

At dozen other commercial-related projects are either in review or have been approved by the city that are primarily tenant infill in existing vacant commercial buildings. Among them is Oak Valley Community Bank that will open later this month in a complex at North Street and North Main Street.