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Stockton developers to get deferment on some fees

Stockton developers to get deferment on some fees

STOCKTON — Developers who want to build non-residential projects in Stockton will get some relief on the timing of fees. Rather than paying development impact fees at the time a…

Construction costs hamper housing starts

Construction costs hamper housing starts

STOCKTON — Those hoping to ring in the new year with a search for a new house should bring a lot patience and cash. If the buyer is hoping to…

Stockton engineering firm wins state Engineering Excellence Award

SACRAMENTO — Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc. of Stockton, earned an Honor Award among the Engineering Excellence Awards given by the American Council of Engineering Companies of California. The company was honored…

New logistics center under construction in Lathrop

New logistics center under construction in Lathrop

LATHROP — Lathrop will soon be home to a new logistics center. Dermody Properties is developing a 622,726-square-foot industrial facility at 2131-2301 E. Louise Ave. “Lathrop is a perfect fit…

Monte Vista Avenue to be closed to allow railroad maintenance

TURLOCK — Monte Vista Avenue will be closed at Golden State Boulevard for three days, starting Aug. 8. The closure will allow Union Pacific Railroad to perform maintenance work on…

U.S. home construction jumps in April

U.S. home construction jumps in April

WASHINGTON — Home construction ramped up in April as housing starts jumped 6.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.17 million units, according to the Commerce Department. The…

Worker shortage continues to plague construction industry

Worker shortage continues to plague construction industry

MODESTO — Construction, which boomed before the recession, has been slow at coming back, especially in the Central Valley. It’s not so much that demand for projects is low as…

Failed inspection to delay new courthouse opening

Failed inspection to delay new courthouse opening

STOCKTON — The San Joaquin County courthouse’s grand opening will be delayed indefinitely. The new $273 million courthouse received poor marks from the Office of the State Fire Marshal this…

Modesto’s Pelandale southbound off-ramp to close for construction

Modesto’s Pelandale southbound off-ramp to close for construction

MODESTO — Drivers who regularly use the southbound Highway 99 off-ramp at Pelandale Avenue are going to have to find an alternate route for three weeks, beginning April 26. The…

Contractors sting nets 9 local workers

Contractors sting nets 9 local workers

SACRAMENTO  — A sting operation by the Contractors State License Board has netted nine local contractors suspected of  contracting without a license. The board used two websites, Thumbtack.com and Craigslist.org…

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