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Million Air Luring General Aviation to former Norton Air Force BaseMillion Air  ...
Million Air Luring General Aviation to former Norton Air Force Base

The San Bernardino Mountains form a scenic backdrop to the new Million Air Terminal at the former Norton AFB, now called the San Bernardino International Airport. (Photo by Scott Johnston)
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Posted: 9/22/2010

Million Air Luring General Aviation to former Norton Air Force BaseMillion Air  ...
Million Air Luring General Aviation to former Norton Air Force Base

This summer, Million Air opened a new terminal at San Bernardino International Airport, bumping up the luxury quotient at the former Norton Air Force Base. (Photo by Scott Johnston)
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Posted: 9/22/2010

Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business ParkInnovation Pays  ...
Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business Park

To symbolize McClellan's bright future, all dignitaries signed a propeller marking a new beginning for the former Air Force Base in Sacramento, CA
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Posted: 9/3/2010

Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business ParkInnovation Pays  ...
Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business Park

Terry Yonkers (left), Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Logistics and California Congresswoman Doris Matsui greet community officials Aug. 12, 2010, following a ceremony to transfer some 560 acres of the former McClellan Air Force Base in Sacramento, Calif., to McClellan Business Park under an innovative early transfer and privatized cleanup agreement. (Photo by Tim Huyhn)
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Posted: 9/3/2010

Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business ParkInnovation Pays  ...
Innovation Pays off at McClellan Business Park

Larry Kelley, president of McClellan Business Park, provides remarks Aug. 12, during a ceremony to transfer some 560 acres of the former McClellan AFB in Sacramento, Calif., to Sacramento County officials. Those officials estimate that when fully developed the business park will host some 35,000 jobs and generate millions of dollars in tax revenue. (Photo by Tim Huynh)
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Posted: 9/3/2010

Former General Mitchell ARS Going GreenFormer General  ...
Former General Mitchell ARS Going Green

Deicing in cold climates creates a considerable waste stream. Recycling measures such as those implemented at General Mitchell International Airport help reduce contamination.
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Posted: 9/3/2010


"Flag"

Jack Brown, CEO of Stater Brothers Markets, wanted to use the historic Norton flag pole outside his corporate headquarters. But the Occupational Health and Safety Administration said it wasn't "wind tested," so Brown brought it indoors and set it up in the lobby.
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Posted: 7/30/2010


"Lobby"

In the massive headquarters lobby are two displays: one about the history of Stater Brothers markets and another devoted to Capt. Leland Norton. A museum curator designed the exhibit, in which Norton's captain's bars, medals, letters, his Bible, photographs, and other artifacts. The lobby also houses the flag pole once used at Norton AFB.
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Posted: 7/30/2010


"Trucks"

Stater Bros. truck fleet and maintenance garage is consolidated at the former Norton in San Bernardino, CA. Stater Brothers is the largest privately-owned supermarket chain in the region. The business got started when a couple of World War II fighter pilots, twin brothers Cleo and Leo Stater, opened a grocery store in Yucaipa, CA in 1936.
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Posted: 7/30/2010

ONE LONG AISLEONE LONG AISLE
ONE LONG AISLE

At the former Norton AFB, Stater Brothers enormous distribution center includes a dry goods facility with a center aisle 233 feet longer than the Empire State Building would be if laid on its side. More than 18,000 items are stacked on steel racks. Workers dart around in rechargeable fork-lift carts assembling orders to be delivered to stores in waiting trucks.
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Posted: 7/30/2010

BIG DIGSBIG DIGS
BIG DIGS

Built on the site of the former Norton Air Force Base headquarters, the Stater Brothers complex is the largest food distribution center in America - 2.1 million square feet under one roof. Air Force Real Property Agency deeded the property to the Inland Valley Development Agency, which negotiated an agreement with Stater Bros. and master developer, Hillwood.
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Posted: 7/30/2010

Demolition begins for huge medical complex planned for former March AFBDemolition  ...
Demolition begins for huge medical complex planned for former March AFB

Riverside's dreamy medical complex eventually to be built at the former March Air Force Base gets the spotlight with a visit from California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who attended the demolition ceremony late July. He described the planned $3.7 billion complex as “the Mayo Clinic of the West.” The plans for the complex include a 150-bed community hospital, outpatient services, medical offices, a senior care facility, retail, and a hotel on 144 acres.
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Posted: 7/28/2010

    

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