EDITORIAL: Ontario Recreation District initiative jumps first hurdle with more to come

The creation of a recreation district offers great promise to the community. This isn’t a done deal, with a public vote now set for November. In the months ahead, supporters will have to sharpen their plans and recruit people for the board of what could be Malheur County’s newest government agency. 

The Malheur County Court last week made the right decision in pushing the green button to . . .

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