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|Tuesday, December 01, 2009|
In an effort to attract new developments, the Molalla City Council is considering waiving its system development charges for a year.
It's a telling indication of how far Oregon cities and counties - many of which have reduced or deferred SDCs - are willing to go in order to encourage investment and development.
Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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