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Monday, June 10, 2013

City officials consider buying 55 acres above tsunami zone for school, emergency shelters.

Although the City Council briefly debated the Campbell Group’s offer to give the city a purchase option for $10,000, it didn’t take too long for the council to take the company up on its offer last December.

But six months later, the council is still debating whether to go ahead with the $359,000 purchase and what will be done with the property once it’s in the city’s ownership. And then, there’s the question about the trees. 

Read more at The Daily Astorian.

 

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