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Malheur County region soon to get 10 efforts to help fix up properties, attract workers

Shawna Peterson, left, is chair of the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board. (Enterprise/File)

ONTARIO – The Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board is nearly finished with the final details of a grant and loan program that will help homeowners, property owners and local governments.

The program consists of 10 initiatives designed to spark economic growth along the border region of Malheur County and Idaho. 

“Each of the 10 programs are designed to address a different problem that we’ve identified in the border region and complement each . . .