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Malheur County group narrows priority list for lawmakers

Creating more housing opportunities locally while easing regulations between Oregon and Idaho are two crucial goals for a local economic development board. (The Enterprise/File).

ONTARIO – The numbers tell a bleak story for Ontario real estate agent Larry Wilson.

In 2014, Wilson said, 52 new homes went up in Payette County. That same year in Malheur County, 22 new homes were framed.

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