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Debate over proposed Bloomington warehouse continued to September

A couple dozen Bloomington residents on Tuesday, Aug. 21, urged San Bernardino County supervisors to reconsider commercializing 17 acres of residential land for the construction of a warehouse near their homes. (Photo courtesy of the Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice) This article was first published August 21, 2018 on the San Bernardino Sun......

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Some Bloomington residents want county to reconsider warehouse plans

Residents Enrique Jaime, 73, and wife, Carmen, 63, are unhappy with the proposed 334,00 square feet “high cube” warehouse project near their home in Bloomington on Thursday, June 28, 2018. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) This article was first published August 20, 2018 on the San Bernardino Sun. By BRIAN WHITEHEAD | bwhitehead@scng.com | San Bernardino Sun PUBLISHED: August.....

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San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors to vote on rezoning 17 acres of land in Bloomington

This article was first published August 15, 2018 on IECN The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to take a vote on rezoning an unincorporated area of Bloomington to build a distribution warehouse on Tuesday, August 21. IECN photo courtesy Gary Grossich: A picnic table chained to a tree on the proposed warehouse property.....

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Consider the children before approving another warehouse

This article was first published August 14, 2018 on IECN. The journey from school to home is now a dreadful one for parents and students. Cars, buses, and diesel trucks all converge on Bloomington’s busiest streets for afternoon traffic jams that seem to last forever. Annoying traffic congestions are inevitable signs of the small town’s.....

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Wildfires and smog are bad for our kids’ lungs

This article was first published August 10, 2018 on IECN. The recent outbreak of local wildfires, coupled with the elevated smog levels in the inland region are proving to be a nightmare for the lungs of our children. As the school year starts and summer sports leagues wind down, the calls from parents for schools.....

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This Inland Empire Community Says Enough with the Warehouses

This article was first published August 10, 2018 on Next City. BY ALEJANDRA MOLINA A 2012 Amazon warehouse opening in San Bernardino, Calif. (Eric Reed/AP Images for Amazon) Nearly 10 years ago, Carmen and Enrique Jaime decided to pick up from their Los Angeles County home and move 50 miles east to Bloomington, an unincorporated area in California’s.....

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Church Gives Alms to Leftist Causes

This article was first published on August 8, 2018 on Capital Research. by Kyle Permann When evangelical Christian leaders hopped on the Trump Train during the 2016 campaign season, many on the Left objected to the mixing of church and state. Jerry Falwell Jr. was the target of Democrats’ ire for endorsing Donald Trump’s presidential run. Some.....

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Amazon Air cleared for 5 cargo flights a day from March Air Reserve Base

In this Aug. 4, 2016 file photo, Amazon.com boxes are shown stacked near a Boeing 767 Amazon “Prime Air” cargo plane on display in a Boeing hangar in Seattle. Amazon’s Prime shipping program set the pace for shoppers’ expectations, and the nation’s largest online player continues to look for new ways to keep up with.....

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Mariana Lopez embraces civic engagement with passion

This article was first published July 31, 2018 on IECN Canvassing in the scorching heat, knocking door-to-door, talking to residents to get pledge cards, and testifying during public hearings. Sounds extensive, doesn’t it? These sort of actions are typical for local volunteer, Mariana Lopez. A recent 23-year-old graduate from the University of California at Irvine,.....

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State declares Riverside Ag Park safe for home-building after tons of contaminated soil removed

State Department of Toxic Substances Control Greg Sweel, Senior Engineering Geologist takes a soil sample from the front yard of Siegfried Rissling as the house is against the ag park site in Riverside, CA. Wednesday, July 5, 2017. (File photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) This article was first published July 27, 2018 on the.....