UPDATE: This has been updated to correct the time of Thursday's meeting. The session regarding rail matters starts at 2 p.m. Pacific, not Mountain, Time as originally reported by Malheur County Economic Development.
It's been a busy few days as Malheur County officials prepare to make their case to get their hands on $26 million to build a rail shipping center in Nyssa.
The work of three years comes to a head Thursday afternoon when the Oregon Transportation Commission meets in Salem to hear why it should write that big check. If you like watching your government in action, you can tune in and watch as Malheur County's team presents its case.