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Chevron station, mini food store south of Bypass
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The architecture for a proposed Circle K convenience store and Chevron gas station south of the 120 Bypass along South Main Street will dovetail into that of The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.

The 3,000-square-foot store along with a 2,385-square-foot canopy covering for four fuel pumps is before the Manteca Planning Commission when they meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center council chambers at 1001 W. Center St.

The staff report notes the commercial development on the southeast corner of Quintal Road and South Main Street just south of the westbound 120 Bypass onramp will have a tower feature similar to that at Orchard Valley.

It is the second commercial development south of the 120 Bypass and the first in the general areas of the Woodward park neighborhoods.

It is the second convenience store/gas station project being advanced for the Main Street corridor.

Planners have approved city’s third Chevron gas station and Food Mart combination on the west side of North Main Street just north of Lancaster Drive on a parcel between the Robert E. Goodwin Community School and the Manteca Moose Lodge. The 0.93-acre parcel had a dilapidated building that was previously used as an auto body and paint shop that was demolished last month to prepare the site for construction.

It will consist of 12 gas pumps under a canopy and a 3,700-square-foot building that includes the convenience store and a suite of 1,728 square feet to be rented for retail purposes. The project also includes a second building proposed for 5,858 square feet of retail space in four suites.

In other business the planning commission will:

uconsider continuing the public hearing to Aug.  9 for a vesting tentative map for 41 homes on 10.5 acres at 1882 South Union Road. The project being developed by Meritage Homes is known as Silva Estates.

ube told the developer that has proposed a building to house a new home for Sleep Train and a restaurant on East Yosemite Avenue between Panera Bread and Manteca Bowl is withdrawing the project from further review.


To contact Dennis Wyatt, email