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Records law used to pry free Malheur County project documents

Greg Smith, Malheur County economic development director, testifies to the Transportation Commission about the reload facility planned in Nyssa. (Enterprise file photo)

Greg Smith, Malheur County’s economic development director, warned in January that releasing public documents could jeopardize the proposed Treasure Valley Reload Center.

Smith hoped to forestall an order from Malheur County District Attorney Dave Goldthorpe that the documents should be released . . .

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