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ONT bond rating is upgraded

ONT nearly back to pre-pandemic passenger levels

Ontario International Airport’s long-term revenue bond rating has been raised from A minus to A by S&P Global Ratings. That upgrade is being attributed to the airport’s “substantial recovery” from the pandemic, specifically its large cash reserves and its current maintenance of pre-pandemic passenger rates, according to a statement on Ontario …

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Cello named ONT’s chief marketing officer

Eren Cello has been named Ontario International Airport’s chief marketing and communications officer. Cello, who has been the airport’s director of marketing and communications for the past five years, led Ontario International’s “No So Fast” marketing campaign in 2022, according to a statement on the airport’s website. That campaign helped …

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Dorsey to be Fontana PD chief

Capt. Michael Dorsey has been named Fontana’s next police chief. Dorsey will succeed Chief Billy Green, who is retiring, according to a statement on the city’s Facebook page. A 29-year law enforcement veteran, Dorsey will be in charge of all department operations, both sworn and non-sworn personnel. He is scheduled …

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Retail landmark sells for $3 million

A San Jacinto retail center has been sold for $3 million. Farmer’s Corner, a 77,000-square-foot indoor facility at 2500 S. San Jacinto Ave., was sold by an Orange County investor to an investor from Oregon, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga. Progressive represented both parties in the …

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IE manufacturing keeps fighting

Manufacturing in Inland Empire

The Inland Empire manufacturing sector is keeping its head above water, but just barely. The region’s purchasing managers index in February was 50.8, up from 50.4 in January, according to data released this week by the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at Cal State San Bernardino. If the …

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Airport receives $5.7 million grant

Palm Springs International Airport

Palm Springs International Airport will receive $5.7 million from the Federal Aviation Administration, money it will use to expand and renovate its baggage claim. The Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that Palm Springs International will receive the grant, which is from the administration’s Bipartisan Infrastructure – Airport Terminal Program, according to …

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