October 21, 2017

A new study by IE2030 reveals that Bloomington voters, overall, oppose warehouse development in their community. In addition, the study finds that Bloomington voters overwhelmingly oppose warehouses being built near schools and homes. Click here to read the study!

Currently, Bloomington’s land zoning consists of a variety of uses, including agricultural, residential and commercial. In 2016, the San Bernardino County Supervisors voted yes to build a 680,000 square foot warehouse near Zimmerman Elementary School and are now considering building more warehouses in Bloomington -- near Bloomington High School, Slover High School, and next to residential properties. These recent development decisions, accompanied with an aggressive approach by commercial development firms to purchase agriculture and residential property, has led to the community’s desire to measure public opinion regarding warehouse development near schools, residential property, and as an economic development strategy in Blo...

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