PONTIAC, MI-Mosher Dolan Cataldo, a construction and development company, is moving to3,200-sf in Pontiac. “We felt Pontiac held more promise for the future,” says J.C. Cataldo, partner at the firm.

Pontiac’s commercial market has been stumbling lately, as demonstrated bythe recent rejection of the city’s application for assistance in the FederalMain Street program.

The loss of development control over the ClintonValley Medical Center site, a former mental hospital that was torn downmonths ago, has also been a blow to the city.

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