Five from Malheur County give testimony on rail facility

By Pat Caldwell

The Enterprise

SALEM – Malheur County moved to the head of the line at the Oregon Legislature last week as five county residents were among the first to testify on an ambitious $8.2 billion transportation proposal.

Malheur County Judge Dan Joyce, onion farmer Reid Saito, Ontario City Manager Adam Brown, Vale City Manager Lynn Findley and Kit Kamo, executive director of the Snake River Economic Development Alliance, were the fifth group to . . .

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