Property purchases close for Erie Inland Port project
The ownership of more than 240 acres in northwestern Erie County could change hands soon as part of local plans to develop a $50 million-plus logistics hub in the Erie region.
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#1 Apr 27, 2012
this shenanigan just keeps getting funnier and funnier...especially the plan to build the bridge to Canada for northbound freight. With failing biodiesel, energy prices, and tree hugger activists the ground transportation industry will soon be a fossilitself. Way to go Erie
#3 Apr 27, 2012
Property was purchased for a big project........haven't we seen this before? Hint: downtown.
#4 Apr 28, 2012
they don't even have comitted customers yet and they spend,spend,spend
#5 Apr 28, 2012
Was not the juice plant first round?
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