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11 1 2017 San Bernardino County shares proposal to lure second Amazon headquarters San Bernardino Sun. A three part proposal recently submitted to the online retailer touts the region s. workforce schools public transit and location Such public gures as Rich. Karlgaard Forbes publisher and Jack Dangermond founder and president of. Environmental Systems Research Institute endorse the county in video. testimonials, Letters of support from public agencies also were included as part of the. application, In collaboration with the cities of Ontario and San Bernardino the county s. Economic Development Agency cra ed the proposal in four weeks of cials said. A virtual Story Map offers Amazon an intimate look at the area. On Tuesday the Board of Supervisors got its rst look at the nished product. I was so taken aback by the quality and the innovative use of technology and the. great story this application tells about our county interim county CEO Dena. Smith said before the presentation, You knocked it out of the park Chairman Robert Lovingood said a er. The county s proposal highlights three sites across Ontario and San Bernardino in. which Amazon can set root, Elisa Laurel and Soua Vang business attraction and retention staffers noted. major advantages Amazon should pay attention to including a growing. millennial population and easy access to major airports freeways and Southern. California attractions, Ontario is offering a 115 acre site adjacent to the airport and a 122 acre site.
centrally located between the 10 Freeway and Guasti Avenue San Bernardino is. offering 124 acres between the Carousel Mall and parts of downtown. All three would draw from a deep talent pool of Orange Los Angeles and. Riverside county workers staffers said, Dangermond called the region a mecca for professionals. The presentation also notes that Amazon could realize 750 million in cost of. living savings by moving here And while other proposed sites are land locked. San Bernardino County has room to accommodate a potential Amazon University. Additionally with Amazon in search of a young entrepreneurial workforce. Laurel cited a Time Magazine article that ranked the county ahead of bustling. cities such as Austin Los Angeles and San Diego in terms of millennial growth. http www sbsun com 2017 10 31 san bernardino county shares proposal to lure second amazon headquarters utm source dlvr it utm 2 5. 11 1 2017 San Bernardino County shares proposal to lure second Amazon headquarters San Bernardino Sun. Some of the best so ware development engineers work in the county she added. We offer an amazing opportunity for Amazon to partner with a growing. opportunistic community, The presentation also highlights activities Amazon employees can do when they. clock out for the day, Access to beaches and mountains ski resorts and hiking trails makes San. Bernardino County a place where people can truly live work and play in the. community Laurel said, You can start your day off with your toes in the sand at the beach and end your. night by a camp re in the mountains or desert Vang added There s nowhere. else in the world you can do that, Like Fontana Santa Ana and the 200 plus other hopefuls nationwide San.
Bernardino County waits for Amazon to make its decision Some of those other. bids from across Southern California include the city of San Bernardino the city. of Irvine and the Irvine Co the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach a. three way proposal from Pomona Fairplex and Cal Poly Pomona a seven site. bid in Riverside County and a nine site bid in Los Angeles County. We believe this is a story worth telling not only to Amazon but every business. looking to locate in a community that has all the bene ts of a marketplace with a. reputation for success Laurel said, From start ups to Fortune 500 rms San Bernardino County offers the best. strategic advantages,Tags amazon Amazon HQ2 Top Stories IVDB. Top Stories PE Top Stories RDF Top Stories Sun,SPONSORED CONTENT. The Wildfires Ravaging Northern California,By The New Yorker. http www sbsun com 2017 10 31 san bernardino county shares proposal to lure second amazon headquarters utm source dlvr it utm 3 5. 11 1 2017 San Bernardino to obtain last piece of Carousel Mall site from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in land swap Press Enterprise. San Bernardino to obtain last,piece of Carousel Mall site from.
San Manuel Band of Mission,Indians in land swap,Carousel Mall in San Bernardino File photo. By BRIAN WHITEHEAD bwhitehead scng com San Bernardino. October 31 2017 at 1 53 pm, http www pe com 2017 10 31 san bernardino to obtain last piece of carousel mall site from san manuel band of mission indians in land s 1 4. 11 1 2017 San Bernardino to obtain last piece of Carousel Mall site from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in land swap Press Enterprise. A land swap between the city of San Bernardino and the San Manuel Band of. Mission Indians could give the former full control of the 43 acre Carousel Mall. and the latter room to expand, On Wednesday Nov 1 the City Council is expected to decide whether to exchange. 115 acres of vacant land in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains for the. 2 48 acre former JCPenney property downtown, The swap would allow the city to move forward with its plan to redevelop the. The entire Carousel Mall project has a lot of moving parts and this is a big. piece Councilwoman Virginia Marquez said I believe it s a win win situation for. all parties involved, The city owns all property within the mall site except the former JCPenney.
building which was purchased by a San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. development rm in 2008 ve years a er the store s shuttering. The city meanwhile obtained the 115 acres north of Sterling Avenue and Foothill. Drive in a 2016 land swap with the Board of Water Commissioners which deemed. the land excess property no longer needed for water uses. The Tribe fancies that site because it is reaching capacity to the north and east a. staff report says, The JCPenney and Foothill Drive properties were recently appraised at 1 8. million and 980 000 respectively City staffers say the San Manuel Band of. Mission Indians is less concerned about getting equal value in a swap than it is. acquiring space for potential residential school or community use. The exchange would allow both parties to achieve their goals a staff report says. Marquez called the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians an excellent partner. I ve witnessed rsthand their willingness to work with our city over the years. she said It s one of the strongest partnerships San Bernardino has. The City Council meets at 5 p m Wednesday Nov 1 at 201 North E St For. information sbcity org,Tags Top Stories PE Top Stories Sun. http www pe com 2017 10 31 san bernardino to obtain last piece of carousel mall site from san manuel band of mission indians in land s 2 4. 11 1 2017 Local history for sale Authors will be on hand for book signings at Victor Valley Museum. Local history for sale Authors will be on hand,for book signings at Victor Valley Museum. By Matthew Cabe,Staff Writer,Posted at 8 31 AM,Updated at 8 31 AM. APPLE VALLEY The history of the Victor Valley and Mojave Desert has been. well chronicled by writers with a curiosity for wind and dirt and the scores of. sun baked humanity who endured the harshness of both. Never though have the resulting books on homesteaders bootleggers and. celebrity guest ranches been available for purchase in one location And so the. Mohahve Historical Society MHS has partnered with the Victor Valley. Museum to rectify that gap in access, The inaugural Local History Book Sale will take place from 10 a m to 4 p m.
Saturday at the museum but MHS Recording Secretary Fran Elgin said the event. will include far more than books, This is an excellent opportunity for community members to get acquainted with. our group as well as authors and historians from other history organizations. Elgin told the Daily Press The Mojave Desert Cultural Association at Goffs. will be represented as well as the San Bernardino Historical Pioneer Society. and the Mojave River Valley Museum in Barstow, Each group will offer books of interest to history buffs on a wide range of. subjects including desert wildflowers geology and mining Elgin said Historical. accounts of Native Americans mines and Mitchell Caverns located in the. Mojave National Preserve and set to reopen Nov 3 after a seven year closure. will also be available, MHS own Mohahve series which includes firsthand stories of High Desert. residents will be showcased as well as History of Victor Valley Dr Leo. Lyman s comprehensive overview of the region s development and growth. http www vvdailypress com news 20171101 local history for sale authors will be on hand for book signings at victor valley museum 1 2. 11 1 2017 Local history for sale Authors will be on hand for book signings at Victor Valley Museum. Meanwhile other MHS publications tell stories from beyond the Victor Valley. It Looked Like Eden is a first person account by Robert C Rowe Elgin said. It s full of photographs by a telegraph operator who worked at the Afton. Canyon Depot in 1942 and 1943 along with his new bride. Numerous authors will be on hand to sign their books including historians Nick. Cataldo and John Weeks from the San Bernardino Historical Pioneer Society. and Clifford James Walker who wrote One Eye Closed the Other Red The. California Bootlegging Years, Admission to the event is free to the Victor Valley Museum 11873 Apple Valley. Road Contact the museum at 760 240 2111 for more information. Matthew Cabe can be reached at MCabe VVDailyPress com or at 760 951 6254 Follow. him on Twitter DP MatthewCabe,SIGN UP FOR DAILY E MAIL.
Wake up to the day s top news delivered to your inbox. http www vvdailypress com news 20171101 local history for sale authors will be on hand for book signings at victor valley museum 2 2. 11 1 2017 New CEO has looked at Ontario airport from both sides now Daily Bulletin. LOCAL NEWS,New CEO has looked at Ontario,airport from both sides now. Mark Thorpe is the new CEO of Ontario International Airport but he was an advocate. for the airport while working for its previous owner Photo by David Allen. By DAVID ALLEN dallen scng com Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. October 31 2017 at 7 28 pm, When he was hired by Los Angeles World Airports nearly 15 years ago Mark Thorpe. came out to Ontario International Airport and was wowed by the two terminals. then only ve years old, http www dailybulletin com 2017 10 31 new ceo has looked at ontario airport from both sides now utm source dlvr it utm medium twitter 1 7. 11 1 2017 New CEO has looked at Ontario airport from both sides now Daily Bulletin. I thought it was the most modern looking airport in Southern California Thorpe. recalled last week praising the terminals clean design and the arched ceilings that. remind him of European train stations, Now as the newly named chief executive of cer of the airport which Wednesday. marks one year in local hands Thorpe remains impressed. When I walk through this airport I m shocked that it s almost 20 years old It still. feels and looks like it s brand new in a lot of ways he told me. Mark Thorpe chats with a passenger and her son Friday in Terminal 2 of Ontario. International Airport New arrival and departure screens are going in behind him Photo by. David Allen, http www dailybulletin com 2017 10 31 new ceo has looked at ontario airport from both sides now utm source dlvr it utm medium twitter 2 7.
11 1 2017 New CEO has looked at Ontario airport from both sides now Daily Bulletin. Thorpe 45 was director of air service development and marketing for LAWA from. 2003 to 2011 His mission was to spread traf c among Ontario Palmdale and Van. Nuys from overburdened Los Angeles International, Flights to 16 U S and Mexico destinations were added from ONT during the rst ve. years of his tenure including New York City via Jet Blue Honolulu via ATA and. various mid size cities via ExpressJet, In 2007 ONT traf c hit its peak of 7 2 million passengers Then fuel prices went up. the economy went down and a leadership change at LAWA returned the focus to. Thorpe in 2011 took a job at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport He declined to. say if he left LAWA out of frustration, That s water under the bridge It s a new chapter Thorpe told me last week. Regardless he was anxious to return to Southern California in August 2016 as the. edgling Ontario International Airport Authority s chief development of cer In part. that was for family reasons His wife Kate is a Southern California native and their. three children now 10 12 and 15 never took to Texas either. But Thorpe felt he had un nished business on behalf of the airport. I came back here because I ve had the passion to see this airport grow for a long. time I ve always thought this airport and this market there s a huge opportunity. here Thorpe said This is an opportunity to see if we can t prove that out. It was that earlier stint at the airport that made me want to talk to him He was an. advocate for ONT when he was with LAWA people told me. Mark is someone who even then believed very strongly in the airport and the. future of the airport and the passenger and cargo service we should be having said. Greg Devereaux who was Ontario s city manager from 1997 to 2010 and is now an. 11 1 2017 San Bernardino to obtain last piece of Carousel Mall site from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in land swap Press Enterprise

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