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|Monday, June 21, 2010|
Coos County has been waiting for a spike in timber prices to make a sale, and this patience has finally paid off.
Though the sale came after a higher peak in prices, a Coos County commissioner said that the $2.5 million gained for the county is almost double the amount the county would have earned on the same property last year.
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