Ontario revives riverside greenbelt idea

ONTARIO – A plan by the city of Ontario to create a greenbelt along the Snake River now has new life, according to city officials.

The plan calls for a three-mile greenbelt that begins near the city’s water treatment plant and runs north along the river to the Oregon State Recreation Site.

The greenbelt – dubbed the Tator Tot Trail – will consist of an asphalt surface, benches, street . . .

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