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Adelanto’s Non-Marijuana Projects Range From Retail to Housing

According to the Victorville Daily Press, January 26, 2018, city officials say Highway 395 could be consequential to future growth. More than 60 conditional use permits and land development plans have been approved over the past 12 months, according to economic development consultant Jessie Flores. The projects described by Flores range from retail to housing and fast food to hospitality. An ARCO gas station is planned to move dirt in late spring on the southeast intersection of Highway 395 and Air Expressway. A similar project, but with a 7-Eleven and “state of the art” car wash, at the highway and Cactus Road has the same timeline. Clark Pacific’s concrete plant, which opened in September 2017, is expected to get started on its second phase in late summer. The fabrication facility at 9367 Holly Road could offer as many as 500 jobs. The Adelanto Civic Center, also known as the medical corridor, was on schedule for an end-of-the-year groundbreaking. Traffic studies were underway and Caltrans must still authorize a traffic signal at the project’s location behind City Hall. A proposed shopping center with two drive-thru restaurants, a 98,000-square-foot site dubbed the Verbena Towne Center located at Verbena and Palmdale roads, is also expected to break ground this year. Other plans include more than 300 housing units between three separate projects. The Adelanto North Development Project is described as a “unique project” because it’s attached to the paving of a mile of dirt road between Koala Road and Highway 395. The vision among city leaders is to open up northern parts of the city and expand into that section.

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