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Although Heckendorf’s Auto Electric closed last year, the parcel on the corner of Olive Avenue and Center Street became quickly occupied. Scott Davis Auto Sales has expanded to the Heckendorf’s lot, which is across the street from main lot.
A new Indian restaurant will soon be coming to Turlock in the place of Panda South, formerly located 2300 W. Monte Vista Ave. Panda South closed in recent months and a sign for India Oven will be coming to the shopping center.
Although Turlock Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram moved into a mostly empty Turlock Auto Plaza a few years ago, some of the former dealership locations remain empty. The parcel located at 1901 Auto Mall Dr. remains empty after the auto mall saw many dealerships close their doors in 2008.
With more and more people carrying cell phones, many probably have not touched a pay phone in years. Turlock, however, is still the home to several around town, such as this one in the parking lot of the AMPM located on the corner of Olive Avenue and Golden State Boulevard.
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Outside of the Public Safety Facility, located at 244 N. Broadway, sits several cones take the place of concrete cylinders that were damaged in a collision. A suspect, Dillon Cole-Jones, 21, was attempting to flee police after officers located him placing a rifle in the trunk of his car on Sunday.
The City of Turlock is preparing for some traffic changes at the intersection of Fosberg Road and Christoffersen Parkway. A traffic signal is planned for the intersection, which currently only has a two-way stop at Fosberg Road, said Director of Development Services and City Engineer Mike Pitcock at last week’s Turlock City Council meeting.
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Turlock post office was closed, although that did not stop residents from trying to get their mail. Car after car pulled into the empty post office parking lot only to be disappointed after encountering the locked doors.