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March 13, 2018

Developer wants mustangs at Nev. industrial park to stay

By SCOTT SONNER
Associated Press

RENO, Nev. — The head of the largest industrial park in the world emphasized economic over emotional arguments Monday in urging Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval to reverse plans to transfer state ownership of nearly 3,000 free-roaming horses to private owners who critics say would sell them for slaughter.

“They don't understand we have an asset in Nevada that the rest of the world doesn't have,” said Lance Gilman who manages the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center 10 miles east of the Sparks area along U.S. Interstate 80 that serves as home to Tesla Motor Co.'s giant battery factory, Switch, Google and others.


 
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