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November 12, 1997 | SUSAN DEEMER
A local car dealership is proposing to develop a 10-acre lot on Camino Capistrano, bringing two new car dealerships to the city. Owners of Weseloh Honda want to move their dealership from its Camino Capistrano location to one about a half-mile up the road, next to the newly opened Family Toyota. They plan to split the vacant property at Stonehill Drive and Camino Capistrano between Honda and a new Chevrolet dealership.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1997 | SUSAN DEEMER
A local car dealership is proposing to develop a 10-acre lot on Camino Capistrano, bringing two new car dealerships to the city. Owners of Weseloh Honda want to move their dealership from its Camino Capistrano location to one about a half-mile up the road, next to the newly opened Family Toyota. They plan to split the vacant property at Stonehill Drive and Camino Capistrano between Honda and a new Chevrolet dealership.
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October 8, 1993 | LEN HALL
Camino Capistrano's row of car lots will soon be joined by a new Toyota dealership on the former Rosan Ranch. The City Council voted 4 to 1 Tuesday night to change the zoning on the old ranch, now called the San Juan Capistrano Gateway, to allow the new dealership next door to the city's oldest car lot, Barwick Nissan. Camino Capistrano, which can easily be seen from Interstate 5, now has dealerships for Honda, Saturn, Dodge and Nissan, with Toyota, Ford and Jeep Eagle on the way.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1993 | LEN HALL
Camino Capistrano's row of car lots will soon be joined by a new Toyota dealership on the former Rosan Ranch. The City Council voted 4 to 1 Tuesday night to change the zoning on the old ranch, now called the San Juan Capistrano Gateway, to allow the new dealership next door to the city's oldest car lot, Barwick Nissan. Camino Capistrano, which can easily be seen from Interstate 5, now has dealerships for Honda, Saturn, Dodge and Nissan, with Toyota, Ford and Jeep Eagle on the way.
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