State board won’t consider emergency $3 million for Nyssa rail center

The state legislative board that was counted on to rescue the Treasure Valley Reload Center won’t even consider a $3 million taxpayer bailout of the project, interviews and documents show.

That’s trouble for the Nyssa project, which is behind schedule and facing millions in cost overruns. Without the money to finish the work, the plan to move onions by rail out of Nyssa this fall now appears doomed.

Project leaders had hoped to . . .

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