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TCBC Supports Stone Mill Center Project

Columbia, CA — The Tuolumne County Business Council is lending its support to the Stone Mill Center project proposed for Columbia.

The planning commission in January voted to approve a site development permit, and a mitigated negative declaration, for the 16,000 square ft. retail center proposed at the intersection of Parrotts Ferry Road and Union Hill Road.

The development would include a prompt care, and potentially a dental office, hardware store, deli or other commercial entities.

The group Citizens For Responsible Growth has filed an appeal against the project, and it will be heard on March 7 by the Board of Supervisors. The group is concerned about the location, traffic, and that it may be the first part of a larger development.

Tuolume County Business Council President Glenn Caldwell has authored a new myMotherLode.com blog speaking about the benefits of the project. You can read it by clicking here.

Renderings of Commercial Buildings Proposed in Columbia submitted to the TC Planning Commission

Building C Rendering submitted to the TC Planning Commission