Malheur County to state: Don’t ‘dictate’ terms for Nyssa rail money

Malheur County economic officials acknowledge they need to provide “tough answers” to questions about the proposed rail shipping center but they don’t want the state to “dictate unnecessary restrictions” for getting $26 million.

Greg Smith, Malheur County economic development director, said in a letter made public Tuesday that the Oregon Transportation Commission should award the money and fulfill “a promise made by Governor Kate Brown . . .

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