The company plans to start construction of its $12-millionproject in the fall. Clinton Bolden, head of Oakland'sRedevelopment Agency, said Rainin's new facility is slated to beready for use by the fall of 2001.


The site is part of a portfolio of properties currentlycontrolled by the Port of Oakland. Parcel by parcel, the holdingsare being transferred into the city's control in a bid to attractthe interest of companies like Rainin.

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