The project proposes to develop the project site for light industrial land uses, primarily “high-cube” warehouses. All the existing County parcels are currently zoned as AG-40 – General Agriculture with a 40-acre minimum parcel size. The project includes a request that the City Council pre-zone the entire project site Industrial, Limited (IL). The proposed pre-zoning would be consistent with the current Industrial designation of the properties under the Stockton General Plan and with the proposed project.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 4951900, Acres 113.68, Employees 1)
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