An inaccurate and wholly biased Salt Lake Tribune article that’s full of typos, discusses Insight Terminal Solutions reorganization effort but tells falsehoods about the Utah Community Impact Fund. (What is Insight Terminal Solutions?)
The author of the article did not read the document on what is called the CIB, stating that application to use it can be done under special consideration for public safety or health emergencies or for other “compelling reasons”.
It’s obvious that since not one but four counties are teaming up, and the State’s official unemployment rate is 8.5 percent, there is a compelling reason for the action. The Salt Lake Tribune author writes as if there is no Pandemic.
Utah is seeking a resurgence of Coronavirus cases and has been thankful for the increased help from the economic stimulus money given to residents. The author needs to figure out what’s going on in his own state of Utah.
The author also needs to do research. The City of Oakland can’t and did not cancel the lease to Phil Tagami and Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal (co-developers of OBOT with ITS CEO John Siegel), only the court can do that, and has not. There are a ton of inaccuracies (and not to mention the typos) in the article by Brian Maffly, and they will be addressed soon.
And any word that it does not have that name anymore is completely wrong.
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