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|Monday, June 14, 2010|
Restaurants, grocery stores, and welders are anticipating increases in business from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration fleet as it moves from Seattle to Oregon.
The town expects up to 175 family-wage jobs and an annual $20 million economic benefit for Newport.
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