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|Tuesday, July 20, 2010|
When PepsiCo abandoned its project in Albany in 2008, it left a 242-acre parcel of land, one of the largest vacant industrial sites on the West Coast.
Now that the city has $18.5 million from a breach of contract settlement with PepsiCo, the city must decide if they should use all that money for an overpass project to stimulate development.
Read more at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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