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02/20/2024
Efforts to squeeze out more capacity from Manteca’s wastewater treatment plant continue, with the City Council expected to approve an additional $100,000 expenditure with Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering for a study.

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01/04/2024
Manteca is the most expensive place to rent an apartment along the Highway 99 corridor in the three-county Northern San Joaquin Valley region. The average apartment in 2023 in Manteca rented for $2,087 a month.

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01/04/2024
Details of the homeless navigation center, for which Manteca has secured $20.4 million to build, are included in an environmental assessment for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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12/20/2023
A name that surfaced almost as often as the word “cannabis” as a Manteca City Council public hearing vetted the three applicants being allowed to pursue a permit for retail marijuana operations was that of Nick Obligacion—a retired Manteca police chief.

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12/14/2023
There have been 96 housing units—the equivalent of a good-sized subdivision—built or started on small parcels during the last four years located in an area what could best be described as the city of Manteca circa 1970.

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12/13/2023
Manteca’s population could be 160 percent larger by the year 2057. That is based on the city continuing forward with its current annual growth rate of 2.8 percent.

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12/09/2023
Manteca’s first community garden will be created in a grassy area adjacent to the fire station on Lathrop Road at the Madison Grove Drive entrance to the Del Webb neighborhood.

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11/22/2023
Manteca is again considering traffic calming possibilities for Mission Ridge Drive. Mayor Gary Singh said he has asked staff to revisit the issue and take a proactive approach to traffic and safety concerns.

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09/08/2023
Manteca’s elected leaders are continuing to secure problematic commercial parcels in a bid to find ways to spur private-sector investment. The latest is a 3.8-acre triangle-shaped parcel wedged between Atherton Drive and the 120 Bypass west of Living Spaces.

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09/08/2023
Delicato Vineyards has opened a second front in a campaign to stop development near the winery, filing paperwork with San Joaquin County Superior Court to challenge the Manteca City Council’s approval of a general plan update. The filing is in addition to an effort to force a referendum on the update.
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