Local government, Special Reports

Nyssa reload center may shrink, cut by one-third to save money

The Treasure Valley Reload Center could end up being considerably smaller than envisioned as project leaders struggle to overcome money shortages and escalating costs.

And even building a smaller warehouse for shipping onions depends on getting an emergency allocation of $3 million from legislators in September.

The latest shift in the publicly-owned shipping center arose during a meeting last week between project leaders and officials at the Oregon Department . . .

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