SPECIAL REPORT: More than three miles of rail track built in Nyssa at a cost of millions wasn’t done to railroad standards, an investigation by the Enterprise has established. Engineers are now trying to convince Union Pacific to accept the reload system.
Tag: MALHEUR COUNTY DEVELOPMENT
BREAKING: The Oregon Department of Transportation is stopping funding for the troubled Treasure Valley Reload Center. The state in a letter set two key conditions to providing more construction money. The state says the viability of the stalled project is in doubt.
COMMENTARY: Before millions more are spent on Treasure Valley Reload Center, county officials need to address: Is this the best use of $44 million to create benefits for the commuhity?
Malheur County officials released the record of what money the county itself has or plans to put into the Treasure Valley Reload Center. The costs typically are not reported by the development company in its figures on what the pubilciy-funded depot is costing.
A new 10-lot subdivision is in the works on Sunset Drive across from the Sunset Cemetery in Ontario. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell) ONTARIO – Preliminary work on a 10-lot subdivision in east Ontario is underway and the new venture could offer a unique way for lower income residents to buy a[Read More…]