CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 2003 |
Port of Hueneme officials will get their holiday barbecue early as they dedicate a $7.1-million terminal today that adds temporary storage and the promise of increased employment. Called the Sunkist Site Terminal, because the spot once housed an Oxnard Lemon Assn. packinghouse, the 11.5-acre parcel along the port's south terminal provides about 2,000 short-term parking spaces for imported automobiles and other wheeled cargo.