The Del Puerto Health Care District hopes to relocate its medical facility from 1108 Ward Ave. to the Keystone Pacific Business Park in western Patterson. The commission already signed off on the move, but the facility’s current landlord, John Ramos, has appealed the decision.
He states the medical uses allowed in the business park are for urgent care and industrial medicine.
Since the facility’s main use would be primary care, Ramos said the facility should not be able to relocate to the business park.
A 14,000-square-foot skate park proposed for the corner of Ward and Las Palmas avenues north of Sperry Avenue will also go before the commission. However, even if the commission green-lights the project, the estimated $634,775 for construction has yet to be secured.
A new taco truck will seek the commission’s approval to locate at 401 N. First St., close to several other trucks.
It would be the first truck that would have to adhere to new mobile food vendor rules that require a site plan review and conditional use permit prior to opening for business.
The commission will also consider letting St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store relocate to 205 S. El Circulo.