San Jacinto City Council continues hearing on Luiseño Village project

San Jacinto Fire Chief and Calfire Division Chief Bill Weiser accepts the San Jacinto City Council's Fire Prevention Week proclamation during the Oct. 2 council meeting. From left is Councilman Alonso Ledezma, Mayor Russ Utz, Weiser, Councilwoman Crystal Ruiz, Councilman Joel Lopez and Mayor Pro tem Andrew Kotyuk. Tony Ault photo
The San Jacinto City Council heard a proposal from the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians to build a 9.46 acre Luiseño Village center in the city in its Sept. 17 meeting during a public hearing will continue the hearing until its next meeting Oct. 23. The project’s public hearing continuation was requested at the regular Oct. 1 council meeting by city manager Rob Johnson. The council learned Sept. 17 that the tribe is requesting approval on a new retail project that 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 regular food restaurant. The center will be located on city land between Main Street and Donna Way that connects with the Ramona Expressway. Since the buildin
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