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Ontario Business Park Special

Story By: Cory Grist

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/3/2013

WMFD Newswatch presents a special report on development of the Ontario Business Park, the former General Motors stamping plant. Ontario City Council Thursday night unanimously approved a motion to amend the demolition apreement for the main plant building, to allow the entire structure to be torn down. This will clear the way for the first tenant, Sunfest Herbs, to construct its own specially-designed 500,000 square foot building. WMFD Greg Heindel interviews Ontario Growth Corporation President Mark Weidemyre, Hilco Real Estate Executive Vice-President Roberto Perez, and David Adler, Executive Vice-President of the development company, Adler Group

   
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