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Feds refuse to accomodate Wallace Bridge

Oct 26, 2012 | 3 Comments

By Karl Klooster
Of the News-Register

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04:51 pm - Wed, October 31 2012
Silencedogood said:
Tell them: The "compelling need to modify the easement boundary” is that it will generate tax revenue to pay for things like... THEIR PAYCHECK!
07:13 pm - Wed, October 31 2012
seeker59 said:
He invisions a (sprawling complex) oh really,I think he invisions dollar signs,just another greedy developer that cares only about his bank account.I invision Portland sprawling from the north and Salem sprawling from the south and the quality of life being choked out of yamhill county.
07:29 am - Tue, November 6 2012
Dances with Redwoods said:
I'd thought it to be a good idea, and good for the local community, too bad it isn't going to happen.

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