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|Wednesday, March 31, 2010|
The developer of The Rivers project in Oregon City says a division in city council is the reason the project has stalled.
And with community disapproval also being cited as a factor, some question if the mall project had much support to begin with.
Read the full story at the Portland Tribune.
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