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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Apple is considering 96 acres near Prineville to expand its data center, even though the first one isn't even finished yet.

"We have an industrial user, 'Project Pillar,' that in the past has expressed some interest in the land," said Phil Stenbeck, assistant planning director for Crook County.

The county and city are working to bring the acreage into the city limits, Stenbeck said, so it could be developed for industrial use.

Though Stenbeck declined to identify the company behind Project Pillar by name, it's plainly Apple.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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0 #1 Tax Fairness OregonGuest 2013-09-25 12:53:04
Please explain why it is perfectly clear that Project Pillar is Apple rather than Facebook or Google or Rackspace or ... and why does Oregon allow businesses to not identify themselves?
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