By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

Rancho McHolland Project 7-Eleven development given green light by Hemet City Council


Last updated 8/2/2018 at 2:59pm

Tony Ault

The Hemet resident wearing a T-shirt saying no to a planned 7-Eleven convenience store and car wash at Stetson and Sanderson avenues appears before the Hemet City Council, asking them to deny the project's construction based on noise and safety issues.

The appeal by a Hemet citizens groups to deny a city planning-commission approved 7-Eleven convenience store, service station and car wash on the northeast corner of Stetson Avenue and Sanderson was denied by the Hemet City Council Tuesday, July 24.

The effort by Concerned Citizens of Hemet and Maria R. Cassian and attorneys DeLano & DeLano to halt the proposed 7-Eleven development, known as the Rancho McHolland Project, was met with numerous residents and children who for almost two hours voiced their approval for the project and the owners.

The citizens group argued the proposed 7-Ele...

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