Fresno Mayor Lee Brand, center, and City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter, right, listen as the city’s economic development director Larry Westerlund discusses Fresno’s proposal to Amazon for its planned second headquarters.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand, center, and City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter, right, listen as the city’s economic development director Larry Westerlund discusses Fresno’s proposal to Amazon for its planned second headquarters. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand, center, and City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter, right, listen as the city’s economic development director Larry Westerlund discusses Fresno’s proposal to Amazon for its planned second headquarters. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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