To the editor: Policymakers who share responsibility in overseeing the Inland Empire's booming warehouse industry should be alarmed that families are coughing, wheezing and reaching for their inhalers. If cities and counties continue to approve these massive logistics facilities, the least they can do is require an electric vehicle fleet and rooftop solar. But residents struggling to breathe shouldn't have to wait for legal battles to conclude. They need elected officials and regulators to act now and set pollution-cutting requirements for the sake of public health and human decency. To the editor: While looking at pictures showing oceans of white warehouse rooftops, I can only see the perfect place for oceans of solar panels for Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. From the San Fernando Valley to East Los Angeles and beyond, tens of thousands of acres of these roofs cover our land.
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