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Monday, January 01, 2007

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Central Oregon could soon get a new resort-style hotel, condo and bungalow complex. If the plans are approved, southern California builder R.W. Hertel & Sons could break ground in the early months of 2007. The proposal includes 71 hotel rooms, 11 bungalows and 51 townhouses spread over about 10 acres near the ninth hole at Eagle Point Golf Course. Bunny Lincoln of the planning department for the city of Eagle Point says lodging at the golf course has been a hope since the course was created in 1992. However, she says, “We’re more excited about our Wal-Mart super center.”

 

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