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Perris Spectrum adds retailers

Three retailers have opened at Perris Spectrum in space formerly occupied by Walmart. Fitness19 [20,000 square feet], Harbor Freight Tools [15,633 sf] and WSS Footwear [12,500 sf] are conducting business at the shopping center at 2560 Perris Blvd., according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. Progressive, which specializes in …

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Raising Cane’s opens in Moreno Valley

Raising Cane’s, the fast-food chain that specializes in chicken fingers, has opened its first Moreno Valley location. The restaurant, nicknamed “Top Gun” in tribute to nearby March Air Reserve, is at 12625 Frederick St. in the Towngate Shopping Center, according to a statement on the city’s website. About 160 people …

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Amazon employees walk off the job

Amazon Fresh to open Murrieta store

One hundred sixty Amazon employees at San Bernardino International Airport walked off the job Monday in a protest over wages and working conditions. The workers at Amazon’s largest west coast freight hub are asking a for a base-pay increase from $17 to $22 an hour, along with upgraded health and …

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Threshold Aviation expands again

Threshold Aviation Group has leased its fourth 50,000-square-foot hangar at Chino Airport, according to a statement released this week. The company, which operates and maintains private jets owned by businesses and individuals, now manages 250,000 square feet of hangar, office and shop space at the airport, along with 500,000 square …

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ONT posts more solid numbers

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport increased its passenger count for the fifth consecutive month in July, according to data released Monday. More than 520,000 air travelers passed through the airport last month, an 8.8 percent increase year-over-year and five percent higher than July 2019, the most recent pre-pandemic count for that month, …

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Water conference hears endorsement of Delta Conveyance Project

An upgrade of California’s water transport system in Northern California would have provided last winter enough water to supply 2.5 million people for one year, according to one official responsible for making that project happen. The Delta Conveyance Project, a proposed $16 billion modernization of the water transport infrastructure in …

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