Local economic group zeroes in on mismatches between Oregon, Idaho

Shawna Peterson, chair of the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board, listens to Dana Young during a recent meeting. (The Enterprise/File).

ONTARIO – The Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board recently isolated economic priorities for the local area and assigned members to research each one.

The board is assessing economic and planning needs in a 20-mile area in Malheur County along the Idaho border.

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