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Malheur County moves ahead to permit homes on marginal farmland

Shawna Peterson, chair of the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board, says her board felt it's important for the new zoning process to be well defined. (Enterprise/File)

VALE – A $50,000 infusion from the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board will help the county implement a zoning change to allow inferior farmland to be converted for residential homes.

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