Resnicks and Paso Robles man seeking rezoning

June 26, 2016
Stewart and Lynda Resnick

Stewart and Lynda Resnick

Justin Vineyards and Winery, owned by Stewart and Lynda Resnick, and a Paso Robles man are working to rezone a large parcel on the east side of Paso Robles near the airport. [Tribune]

Justin Vineyards and real estate agent Tom Erskine have applied to subdivide and rezone three parcels into 14 separate lots in a 212-acre area. The plan is to subdivide 77.3 acres into 13 lots to be rezoned from agriculture to industrial. The remaining lot is slated to remain zoned agricultural.

A spokesman for the Resnicks’ Wonderful Co. told the Tribune there are currently no plans to build on the property following the rezoning.

Nevertheless, the application includes a description by Kirk Consulting that says the project could provide 440,000 square feet of planned industrial space and 183,000 square feet of light industrial.

On July 12, the Paso Robles Planning Commission will discuss the plan rezoning.


Josey Wales


I say boycott Stewart and Lynda Resnick.

They are bad news to those of us on the Central Coast.


How many Oak Trees will be cleared from this 213 acres??


Food for thought, since Resnick’s disregard for our water appears to align with Nestle’s: /Controversies/Bottled Water


I gotta wonder what drives these people; they have more money than they can spend in ten lifetimes, they can go anywhere, do anything they want, buy anything that pleases them, but they choose to trash the environment so they can make MORE money? WTF? Think of all the good things you could do with that kind of dough, the people you could help, the legacy you could build; and they just go for greed…more aliens, like developers – no soul…mind boggling…


The Resnicks will roll over SLO County. Their checks are good, no bs.


Well, that didn’t take long.


I hope Resnick isn’t planning on this site becoming the future home of some “Paso Natural Artesian Water” bottling plant.


Mr. and Mrs. Resnick are so filthy rich they have no concept of curbing their insatiable appetite. When is enough, enough? When one door is obstructed, they’ll get in via ten more accessible entryways. “Currently no plans to build…”? Guess that would depend on what THEIR definition of “currently” and “build” are. Why are they lurking in SLO County?


In case they haven’t destroyed enough already. I’m sure they will be throwing money at whoever will give them what they want. ~ Let them eat cake ~