San Jacinto City Council approves 9.46-acre Soboba Indian retail center

The San Jacinto City Council approved the Luiseño Band of Soboba Indians plans to build a 9.46-acre Luiseño Village retail center between Main Street and Donna Way in the city during the Tuesday, Sept. 17, council meeting.The planned Luiseno Village being built on city land will include a commercial building, a convenience store with alcohol sales, a 24-pump service station, car wash, two fast food restaurants with drive thrus and a food restaurant. The site is located on the west side of Ramona Expressway. Another street light is planned in the area to control traffic.The council heard a recommendation for approval of the project from the city planning commission that required a change of zone from commercial neighborhood to commercial general and a site plan and design review.
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