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Fontana rejects massive warehouse proposal amid public outcry and pollution complaints

Facing heated criticism from residents, as well as complaints of worsening air pollution due to truck delivery traffic, the Fontana City Council has narrowly rejected a proposal to build three sprawling warehouses near two high schools.At a turbulent three-hour meeting Tuesday evening, council members voted 3 to 2 against rezoning 29 acres of residential property directly south of Jurupa Hills High School and west of Citrus High School. The request came from Acacia Real Estate Group, which wanted the land approved for industrial use....

Facing heated criticism from residents, as well as complaints of worsening air pollution due to truck delivery traffic, the Fontana City Council has narrowly rejected a proposal to build three sprawling warehouses near two high schools.

At a turbulent three-hour meeting Tuesday evening, council members voted 3 to 2 against rezoning 29 acres of residential property directly south of Jurupa Hills High School and west of Citrus High School. The request came from Acacia Real Estate Group, which wanted the land approved for industrial use.

The warehouses, which would have comprised 540,000 square feet and 69 loading docks, were expected to generate more than 300 daily truck trips and 600 passenger vehicle trips, releasing more harmful tailpipe emissions near school recreational areas, according to a state-mandated environmental analysis.

Before the vote, the Newport Beach-based developer had sought to ease community concerns by proposing a 45-foot landscaped buffer between warehouses and Jurupa Hills, in addition to boosting its contribution to a neighborhood benefit fund to nearly $3.3 million. Council member Philip Colthran also suggested amendments intended to alter truck traffic. Those concessions however failed to persuade a majority of the City Council, including John Roberts, who described his decision as an "uncharacteristic" no vote.

"It was a difficult spot to put one to begin with," Roberts said about the proposal. "I would have liked to see a little bit more mitigation, as far as doing other amenities in the community, that kind of make it a little bit more palatable."

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The decision marked a rare win for community activists and residents who have been fighting against the unrelenting pressure of warehouse expansion in the Inland Empire, a region with more than 4,000 warehouses and notoriously heavy truck traffic.

Over the last decade, a wave of consumerism and a shift to online shopping have given rise to the construction of massive logistics and distribution depots.

But trucks ferrying this cargo release tremendous amounts of harmful particulate matter and smog-forming nitrogen oxides. San Bernardino County already endures the highest annual concentrations of smog in the nation.

Many Fontana residents were particularly outraged about the Acacia proposal because the city had been sued by California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta over another warehouse development nearby.

Two years ago, the city of Fontana approved a Duke Realty Corp. proposal to build a large warehouse next to Jurupa Hills High School. Liz Sena, co-founder of South Fontana Concerned Citizens Coalition, urged officials to reconsider, but failed to convince them. Her efforts, however, attracted Bonta's attention.

"I can't help but think how nervous I was at that time, because of the precedent it was going to set," Sena said. "I knew that so much was on the line. If this city was going to allow for this warehouse to be built next to the high school back then, it would be impossible to stop anything that comes after."

In his lawsuit, Bonta argued the City Council, in its haste to greenlight the 205,000-square-foot facility, failed to thoroughly evaluate the unhealthy levels of air pollution that already pervaded South Fontana.

At the time, more than 20 warehouses were located within a mile of Jurupa Hills High School, each attracting convoys of heavy-duty trucks emitting harmful air pollution in "a low-income residential community that bears one of the heaviest pollution burdens in all of California," according to his lawsuit.

Bonta eventually settled with the city, allowing the development to move forward after Fontana adopted an ordinance with a litany of environmental provisions for large warehouses.

A little more than a year later, Acacia proposed a warehouse complex that was two times larger than the one Bonta challenged in court.

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Ben Vasquez, a lifelong resident of Fontana, claimed that some officials were intent on approving any warehouse plan, despite the protests of residents to Bonta's office.

"The mayor and her developer buddies are skirting the rules once again, and now this time, they're kind of laughing in Bonta's face, saying, 'We don't care,' " Vasquez said.

Bonta's office did not respond to several requests for comment.

Regulators at all levels of government have struggled to reduce pollution from the movement of goods between the Inland Empire and the San Pedro Bay Port Complex.

The South Coast Air Quality Management District has implemented a first-of-its-kind rule that would require warehouses to offset a certain amount of emissions from their truck traffic, actions such as installing solar panels and electric vehicle chargers, or using zero-emission forklifts. Otherwise, they would have to pay a pollution mitigation fee.

This March was the deadline for the largest warehouses (more than 250,000 square feet) to demonstrate what steps they had taken to mitigate air pollution or whether they intended to simply pay a fee. At the deadline, only 45% of warehouse operators even filed a report, according to the air district.

Air district spokesperson Nahal Mogharabi said it was "not as high as we want it to be yet," but noted warehouse operators who submitted reports outperformed the district's expectations.

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Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren, elected to her fourth term last year, touted the new warehouse ordinance, which included buffer requirements and other measures. She voted in favor of the Acacia development, underscoring the job opportunities these developments have brought.

"We have a really good economy because we are providing good jobs," Warren said before casting her vote. "We have so many opportunities to bring young people and so we're proud of what we've done."

Her sentiments were echoed by representatives from business and labor organizations on the employment and tax revenue these developments bring.

"The local logistics industry is the backbone of our local economy," said Amanda Morales of the Fontana Chamber of Commerce.

But some residents pleaded with the City Council to move in a different direction.

Oscar Gonzalez, 23, who graduated from Jurupa Hills High in 2018, told elected officials he witnessed firsthand how the area around the school has changed: Vacant lots have been filled by massive warehouses and traffic congestion has worsened.

Now, he is worried about the health consequences future students will face, including his younger sister who will be attending the school next year. The proposed development would've placed warehouses right next to the baseball fields of Jurupa Hills and Citrus high schools.

"I wanted to ask all of the council members voting, would you knowingly send your kids to a school every single day knowing that there's constantly this risk that they're going to develop health issues later on?" Gonzalez said. "And if you don't have the heart to do that, then why would you wish that upon us?"

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

Congresswoman Torres and Congressman Aguilar Announce City of Fontana Receives $19+ Million Federal Grant to Improve Safety for Pedestrians, Cyclists & Motorists

Fontana, CA — Congresswoman Norma J. Torres (CA-35) and Congressman Pete Aguilar (CA-33) announced today the distribution of $19,808,986 in federal funding to the city of Fontana for the development of infrastructure improvements along Foothill Boulevard to dramatically enhance transit safety.Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Safe Streets and Roads for All program, the funding will provide bike lanes, ADA-compliant sidewalks, ADA ramps, and updated signage to protect motorists, pedestrians, and...

Fontana, CA — Congresswoman Norma J. Torres (CA-35) and Congressman Pete Aguilar (CA-33) announced today the distribution of $19,808,986 in federal funding to the city of Fontana for the development of infrastructure improvements along Foothill Boulevard to dramatically enhance transit safety.

Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Safe Streets and Roads for All program, the funding will provide bike lanes, ADA-compliant sidewalks, ADA ramps, and updated signage to protect motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. The Foothill Boulevard Safety Improvements project will also enhance transit equity in the Inland Empire with four public bus stops that directly connect to neighboring cities, county services, a Metrolink station, Ontario International Airport, Cal State San Bernardino, Chaffey College, numerous service providers, schools, homes, and job centers.

“Inland Empire families deserve and need transportation systems that are safe, walkable and accessible,” said Congresswoman Norma Torres. The Inland Empire is among the deadliest regions for transportation safety in the nation, but thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, we’re bringing historic funding to our region to invest in comprehensive infrastructure improvements and safety. With projects like safety improvements for Foothill Boulevard, we can enhance transportation safety for Inland Empire residents, make transportation routes more accessible and comprehensive, and eliminate the confusion and chaos that put our families at risk.”

“I’m proud to work with Rep. Torres to deliver federal investments in the Inland Empire that will keep our roads safe, connect our community and make public transit more accessible,” said Congressman Pete Aguilar. “More than two years after it was signed into law, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law continues to provide local communities with resources that improve the quality of life for our residents. I will continue fighting to secure more investments that will benefit our community.”

"The City of Fontana is elated with the funding allocation of $19.8 million for the Foothill Blvd Safety Improvement Project. This initiative aims to significantly enhance safety for drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists by implementing comprehensive infrastructure upgrades along Foothill Boulevard, a historic segment of Route 66 in Fontana. Such accomplishments are the result of collaborative efforts, and it requires a team with a shared vision. Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg, and Congresswoman Norma Torres played a crucial role in securing the funding, and their dedication is greatly appreciated. This would not have been possible without the diligent efforts of our legislative partners. On behalf of the Fontana City Council and City Manager, we extend our gratitude," said Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren.

Congresswoman Torres & Congressman Aguilar both serve on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, which oversees government funding for transportation and other key infrastructure programs. Torres & Aguilar last year secured a $15 million RAISE grant for the city of Fontana to make streets and bike lanes safer and better connect residents to transportation services. Congresswoman Torres also introduced the Pedestrian Hazard, Awareness and Safety Expansion (PHASE) Act in November to address rising pedestrian accidents and fatalities in regions like the Inland Empire.

Planned Parenthood sues Fontana, citing Proposition 1 protection of abortion access

In his 30 years of leading Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, Jon Dunn said he never had to resort to legal action to get a new facility built — until now.The Planned Parenthood affiliate has filed a formal complaint against Fontana, which is allegedly blocking abortion access, a right protected in t...

In his 30 years of leading Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties, Jon Dunn said he never had to resort to legal action to get a new facility built — until now.

The Planned Parenthood affiliate has filed a formal complaint against Fontana, which is allegedly blocking abortion access, a right protected in the California Constitution after the passage of Proposition 1.

The suit, filed Monday in San Bernardino County Superior Court, requests that a construction moratorium be lifted to allow progress on a Planned Parenthood health center.

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The complaint alleges that the moratorium violates local residents’ constitutional rights to access reproductive health since voters codified abortion and contraception access with the approval of Proposition 1 in 2022.

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The proposition’s passage “didn’t really change much from the standpoint of our delivering care,” Dunn said in an interview with The Times. “What it did do, in our opinion, is establish a right to those services in a substantial way — and that is what we believe that the city of Fontana is violating by denying us the right to open a health center there.”

In 2022, Planned Parenthood signed the lease for the future health center at 9699 Sierra Ave., the site of a former bank. Dunn, the organization’s president and chief executive, said the property was well-suited for the health center as it already had been zoned for medical facilities and was near several other medical offices.

Over the course of the next year, Planned Parenthood officials worked to tailor project plans to the city’s demands, receiving verbal approval from the city’s director of planning July 12.

Shortly afterward, the City Council voted for a 45-day construction moratorium covering an area of downtown Fontana that included where the health center was to be built. The moratorium was later extended Sept. 5 by 10 months and 15 days but excluded entertainment-service projects. The complaint alleges that exemptions also have been made for properties within the moratorium area that City Council members have a financial stake in.

“It seems very clear to us that this was targeted to us,” Dunn said.

Monique Carter, Fontana’s communications and marketing manager, said officials had not had a chance to review the complaint and declined to comment.

Dunn said the need for a new reproductive health facility in Fontana was clear. The nearest one is in San Bernardino, and the second-closest is in Upland; both are more than 10 miles away. Planned Parenthood has also seen growing demand in San Bernardino County, with an 18.5% increase in patients between 2021 and 2023 at its three existing facilities, Dunn noted.

Dunn said that the issue goes beyond San Bernardino County and that the affiliate has reached out to the governor and state attorney general for support.

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“We’re trying to figure out what we can do at a state level,” Dunn said, “to make it impossible for municipalities to simply object to reproductive healthcare providers opening facilities in their community.”

Planned Parenthood is not the only healthcare provider to cite Proposition 1 in a legal complaint for abortion access. DuPont Clinic, an abortion provider based in Washington, D.C., wrote a letter to the city of Beverly Hills using similar wording for a clinic it was planning to open on Wilshire Boulevard.

Jon Dunn: Why we’re suing the city of Fontana for violating reproductive rights

Access to reproductive healthcare, including abortion and contraception, is a human right. Many Americans have lost this right since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. However, it has been guaranteed to everyone in California under our state’s constitution since Californians voted overwhelmingly to pass ...

Access to reproductive healthcare, including abortion and contraception, is a human right. Many Americans have lost this right since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. However, it has been guaranteed to everyone in California under our state’s constitution since Californians voted overwhelmingly to pass Proposition 1 (Prop 1) in the November 2022 midterm elections. Our state is one of the first in the nation to codify reproductive health access as a guaranteed constitutional right.

Unfortunately, the city of Fontana has chosen to take actions this year that violate its citizens’ constitutional right to reproductive healthcare access. This is why Planned Parenthood of Orange & San Bernardino Counties (PPOSBC) is defending our community by bringing one of the first constitutional cases against a local government entity in California since the passage of Prop 1.

PPOSBC began the process of filing necessary paperwork with the city of Fontana for building a long-planned health center in July 2022. This medical facility was greatly anticipated by many in the community, and would have been able to provide Fontana residents with more than 36,000 medical visits each year, with appointments 7 days a week, creating at least 24 local jobs for healthcare providers, medical assistants and other roles. For 12 months, PPOSBC adhered to all requirements to obtain a construction permit. On July 12, 2023, PPOSBC received verbal approval from Fontana’s Director of Planning and the city’s engineering department.

But then, on July 25, 2023, we received notice that there was suddenly a moratorium on building where our health center was planned. On September 5, 2023, the city council held another meeting extending the moratorium for an additional 10 months and 15 days. It’s likely no coincidence that this was declared after extensive protests by a very small, vocal ideological interest group that objects to Planned Parenthood. It’s also likely no coincidence that, based on information provided by the city, the ban on new construction only impacted PPOSBC’s planned health center while sparing other businesses, including those with ties to City Council members.

This discriminatory, procedurally improper moratorium violates citizens’ constitutional rights, and would set an alarming precedent if it were allowed to stand. It would pave the way for City Councils and other local government bodies to block healthcare facilities that serve millions of residents based on ideology, not the needs of the community.

It also shows that the city of Fontana clearly cares more about capitulating to special interests than the health of its citizens, who are in dire need of affordable healthcare. The percentage of Fontana residents living below the federal poverty level is projected to increase by about 50% over the next decade. A higher percentage of Fontana residents (30.5%) are uninsured or on Medi-Cal, compared to the rest of California (29.5%). San Bernardino County residents have considerably higher average rates of STIs, including chlamydia and gonorrhea, than the rest of the state or the nation.

Meanwhile, last year PPOSBC provided $3 million in health care services to patients who were unable to pay, and had over 260,000 medical visits. In addition to abortion care, which is a small but important part of PPOSBC’s work, our services include cancer screening, birth control including IUDs and vasectomies, breast exams, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), pregnancy testing, sexual health education and counseling. PPOSBC’s comprehensive primary care arm, Melody Health, also provides online mental health counseling.

Fontana residents need and deserve more options for quality, affordable healthcare. This is why we are taking legal action against the city of Fontana, for the sake of patients everywhere in California. On December 4, we filed the lawsuit in San Bernardino Superior Court.

We look forward to seeing justice served in this case, and believe that the courts will ultimately side with patients over powerful special interests.

Jon Dunn is President and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Orange & San Bernardino Counties. He is a resident of Orange.

Living in Fontana, California: A Vibrant City with Endless Opportunities and Charm

Located in sunny Southern California, Fontana offers a unique blend of urban amenities, natural beauty, and a strong sense of community. With its thriving local businesses, diverse dining options, picturesque parks, and a wide array of recreational activities, Fontana is an ideal place to call home. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of living in Fontana, California, and discover why it's the perfect destination for families, profe...

Located in sunny Southern California, Fontana offers a unique blend of urban amenities, natural beauty, and a strong sense of community. With its thriving local businesses, diverse dining options, picturesque parks, and a wide array of recreational activities, Fontana is an ideal place to call home. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of living in Fontana, California, and discover why it's the perfect destination for families, professionals, and retirees alike.

Thriving Local Economy

Fontana's economy is flourishing, with numerous businesses and industries calling the city home. Major employers include the Fontana Unified School District, Kaiser Permanente, and Target Distribution Center. This strong economic foundation offers residents ample job opportunities and contributes to the city's growth and prosperity.

Diverse Dining Scene

Fontana boasts a wide variety of restaurants to suit any palate. Savor mouthwatering Mexican cuisine at Tio's Mexican Restaurant, and indulge in delicious American classics at Corky's Kitchen & Bakery. With options to suit every taste, Fontana's dining scene is sure to please.

Beautiful Parks and Green Spaces

Fontana is home to a number of parks and green spaces that provide residents with the opportunity to unwind, exercise, and connect with nature. Visit the sprawling Fontana Park, complete with sports facilities, a skate park, and a dog park, or take a leisurely stroll through the tranquil Mary Vagle Nature Center. For sports enthusiasts, Jack Bulik Park offers baseball fields, basketball courts, and a playground.

Exciting Recreational Activities

Living in Fontana means access to a plethora of recreational activities. Golf lovers can tee off at the well-maintained Sierra Lakes Golf Club, while hiking and nature enthusiasts can explore the nearby San Bernardino National Forest. The Fontana Park Aquatic Center offers a refreshing retreat during the hot summer months, featuring pools, water slides, and a lazy river.

Rich Cultural Experiences

Fontana boasts a vibrant arts and cultural scene, with attractions and events that cater to a wide range of interests. The Steelworkers' Auditorium hosts performances, concerts, and community events, while the Center Stage Theater offers live theater productions throughout the year. The Fontana Art Walk brings together local artists, musicians, and vendors in a celebration of creativity.

Excellent Educational Opportunities

The Fontana Unified School District serves the community with a strong commitment to quality education. Fontana is home to several highly rated public schools, as well as a number of private institutions. Chaffey College, a comprehensive community college, offers residents the opportunity to further their higher education and career goals.

Fontana, California, is a dynamic and thriving city that offers a wealth of benefits for its residents. With a growing local economy, diverse dining options, beautiful parks, abundant recreational activities, rich cultural experiences, and excellent educational opportunities, Fontana is a fantastic place to live, work, and play. Whether you're seeking a family-friendly community or a vibrant city to start a new chapter, Fontana, California, should be at the top of your list of places to explore.

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