Business & economy, Local government, Special Reports

County’s marketing material sends businesses to leaders no longer in office – and one who has died

VALE – The box of folders delivered to the Malheur County Court last month seemed to be just a bland set of documents transferred from the economic development department as its director, Greg Smith, closed up shop.The folders, crafted by the team managed by Smith, were designed to market Malheur County to employers considering relocating to the local area.But information in the marketing material was significantly outdated, listing people in public office long . . .

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