"The city has huge barriers to entry for a storage facility, sothis project can be considered a big success by anyone'sstandards," Simanek tells GlobeSt.com. Thousand Oaks has turneddown two other proposed storage projects in the past 24 months, inpart because the storage use generates no sales tax and generallyemploys only a couple of workers.


Designed by architect Neal Scribner of Thousand Oaks, the newstorage facility will be developed at 100 N. Skyline Dr. on aone-acre site that is vacant land. Simanek says that BTE's plan isto hold and operate the project when it is completed.

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