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MISSION VIEJO : Vendor Asked to Show Business Is Wanted

August 09, 1995|FRANK MESSINA

While applauding the entrepreneurship of a vendor trying to start a mobile oil-change business, the Planning Commission has declined to allow the city to be a test case. At least for now.

Laguna Hills resident Joseph Hekiman wanted to offer oil changing services to workers in city business parks.

Although they praised the concept, commissioners rejected the plan Monday because they were concerned about possible oil spillage and creating havoc in parking lots.

Commissioners nevertheless said they would reconsider his proposal if he first got a significant number of business park owners to back his idea. They would then address any concerns about oil spillage.

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