The Upland City Council voted 3-2 to join the appeal of a court ruling that postponed a warehouse project during closed session Jan. 9. The court ruling had halted the construction of a 201,096-square foot warehouse project, and requested the city investigate the project’s effect on greenhouse gas emissions before proceeding. The warehouse developer, Bridge Development Partners, had appealed the ruling.
Upland Mayor Bill Velto made the motion to join the appeal, city attorney Stephen Deitsch reported during the city council meeting. Councilmembers Rudy Zuniga and James Breitling voted to join the appeal, and Councilmembers Shannan Maust and Carlos Garcia opposed, Deitsch said.
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