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CSUSB professor quoted in article about growing community opposition to mega-warehouse plans
The Sun/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/The Press-Enterprise/Redlands Daily Facts
Oct. 7, 2021
Eric Nilsson, CSUSB professor emeritus of economics, was quoted in an article about the growing opposition to mega-warehouses in the Inland Empire, that are proposed in areas near homes and schools. He commented on the lack of resources lower-income communities near proposed projects to challenge developers. In the community of Bloomington, for example, there is a proposal for a 2.1-million-square-foot warehouse project in Bloomington that involves re-zoning a residential neighborhood to accommodate industrial uses.
“In Bloomington, they are being steamrolled,” Nilsson said.
Read the complete article at “Pushback against warehouses in the Inland Empire gains momentum.”
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