Curtis Park Village, foreground, is seen with the skyline of downtown Sacramento in the background. After a lenghty debate late Thursday that stretched into Friday, the Sacramento Planning and Design Commission approved the addition of a 16-pump fuel station to the development, despite the objections of some residents.
Curtis Park Village, foreground, is seen with the skyline of downtown Sacramento in the background. After a lenghty debate late Thursday that stretched into Friday, the Sacramento Planning and Design Commission approved the addition of a 16-pump fuel station to the development, despite the objections of some residents. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Curtis Park Village, foreground, is seen with the skyline of downtown Sacramento in the background. After a lenghty debate late Thursday that stretched into Friday, the Sacramento Planning and Design Commission approved the addition of a 16-pump fuel station to the development, despite the objections of some residents. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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Sacramento planning commission approves Curtis Park gas station

June 12, 2015 11:18 AM

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