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|Thursday, August 20, 2009|
Following the Metro Council's approval of 16 potential light-rail lines for further study, cities like Tigard and Portland look forward to the growth it could bring. Forest Grove, on the other hand, feels short-changed.
Read the full story at the Portland Tribune.
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