Commercial use eyed for corner of SR-67 and Dye Road
Property on the southeast corner of state Route 67 and Dye Road is being considered for commercial use such as a gas station and convenience store, according to a Ramona real estate agent.
A presentation on potential development at that corner is scheduled for the Ramona Community Planning Group’s meeting in the Ramona Library Community Room, 1275 Main St., on Thursday, June 5, at 7 p.m.
Realtor Janet Worsham said there are four parcels totaling 4.11 acres that are zoned A70 or rural residential. The four different owners are in favor of a commercial rezone and willing to list simultaneously, according to the agent.
In addition to rezoning, a lot merge would be necessary, Worsham noted.
“There’s a lot of potential there,” she said, adding that a convenience stop “could be done tastefully.”
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