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Mega Logistics Center Planned For Riverside County Receives Environmental OK.

Mega Logistics Center Planned For Riverside County Receives Environmental OK.

Environmental hurdles have been cleared for the 1.8-million-square-foot San Gorgonio Crossings Project according to the Patch.

The project entails constructing two industrial buildings with 306 truck bays, occupying 1.8 million square feet on 140 acres a quarter-mile east of Interstate 10, north of Cherry Valley Boulevard and south of Condit Avenue.

After years of vetting, a massive warehouse and logistics center planned near Beaumont got final environmental approval Tuesday from the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.

In a 5-0 vote, the supervisors certified the final supplemental environmental impact report for the San Gorgonio Crossings Project.

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