As you will clearly see from the images below taken from the documents to be used on March 26th, 2013 before the City of Banning’s City Council for possible approval to give Highland Fairview exclusive rights to develop Banning’s airport, Highland Fairview (mostly its CEO Iddo Benzeevi) have once again just recycled old drawings to show their ideas for the Banning airport.
The project will be known as the Morongo Intermodal Center, however as you will see, it looks identical to Moreno Valley’s proposed World Logistics Center.
Highland Fairview has done this in the past, with their Aquabella Wellness Campus drawings and videos, which depicted many buildings and areas of Los Vegas such as the Bellagio Hotel etc…
Nothing new in the deception department for Iddo Benzeevi, who during his bid for approval of Highland Fairview’s Corporate Park project, constantly referred to Skechers USA as a fortune 500 company, when in fact they have never even been in the fortune 1000 list, but who has may surprise you, how about the Family Dollar Store.
Mr. Benzeevi even had members of his cheer squad chanting the same thing as well as members of the City Council, however when confronted with the facts, they simply responded with, “so what.”
Well citizens of Banning, do you really want a “so what,” when dealing with your City’s future?
Do you really want to deal with a man and a company who right out of the gate has mislead your City Council on what they have and haven’t developed, or providing documents in support of their ideas and qualifications which as simply rehashed concepts from a neighboring city?
This is not the way for Highland Fairview and Iddo Benzeevi to do business, however it is the ONLY way they know how, after all it has worked for them so well here in Moreno Valley, and look, all the prosperity they were going to bring us, but yet our unemployment remains the same (high), and we are facing a $6 million deficit, so much for their bullshit.
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For those interested in Highland Fairview’s last design, The Aquabella Wellness Campus, here is the old video: