Malheur County leaders mum as appraisal shows land value $1 million less than they agreed to pay

The Ontario office of the Malheur County Economic Development Department. (The Enterprise/file)

VALE – Malheur county officials are paying $1 million more for Nyssa property than it is worth, according to state records.

A private appraiser hired by the county valued the 290-acre parcel at $2.050 million, not the $3.016 million the county has already agreed to pay. That means the . . .

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