Tracey Bohlen, Oceanside’s economic development manager, said the city is seeing a lot of interest from a variety of companies. Projects are percolating in the cluster of business parks that includes Pacific Coast.

Tracey Bohlen, Oceanside’s economic development manager, said the city is seeing a lot of interest from a variety of companies. Projects are percolating in the cluster of business parks that includes Pacific Coast. Photo by Melissa Jacobs.

A Virginia-based maker of organic salami and prosciutto will start construction soon on an 80,000-square-foot production facility at Pacific Coast Business Park in Oceanside...

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