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Hills Flat Lumber, Chapa De Clinic to present plans

Hills Flat Lumber has started the process with the city of Grass Valley to build its new store planned for Railroad Avenue.

The family-owned building supply company will go before the city’s Design Review Committee at 9 a.m. tomorrow. It has an application before the city to build a 61,250-square-foot store and lumber yard on a 13-acre parcel. The property is zoned for heavy commercial and is in a commercial area just east of the Golden Center Freeway.

Other projects that also will come before the committee include:

– Chapa De Clinic Indian Health Program Inc., which has scaled back its original plans. Now, the non-profit group based in Auburn is applying for a permit to build a 28,100-square-foot clinic and medical offices on 7.2 acres at the corner of East Main Street and Sierra College Drive.

– Grass Valley Self Storage, to build a 33,600-square-foot expansion to an existing self storage facility located at 946 Golden Gate Terrace.

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