Treasure Valley Reload project officials aren’t saying if they’ve complied with contract requirements to put some funds in escrow and pay interest on that money to contractors working on the rail center.
Author: By Les Zaitz and Pat Caldwell - The Enterprise
Treasure Valley Reload Center shouldn’t get an emergency infusion of taxpayer money until project organizers firm up other needed funding, state analysts recommend.
Railroad ties are stocked outside of Nyssa on Tuesday, April 12, to be used on miles of rail track planned for the Treasure Valley Reload Center. One $2.7 million track remains optional, officials say. (The Enterprise/LES ZAITZ) VALE – Malheur County’s top official said $26 million should be enough to[Read More…]