GP: Commercial development; Z: not zoned by city; vacant
CarMax, a national car dealership, proposes to develop a local sales and service facility on an approx 7.3-acre site in the unincorporated area of San Joaquin County adjacent to the city of Stockton. The project site would be annexed to the city, pre-zoned in, conjunction with the annexation, and then developed under city land use jurisdiction. The proposed CarMax dealership would include an outdoor vehicle sales display area, a vehicle staging and service area, including a car wash, a sales structure, a structure for presentation of cars to their new owners and parking areas for customers and employees.
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