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Public-private partnership envisioned at Blue Heron mill

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Friday, December 06, 2013

Langley Investment Properties hopes to develop a mixed-use project on the Blue Heron mill site.

Portland-based Langley is offering to buy the 23-acre Oregon City property in a deal that gives the company 24 months to complete the purchase.

"We think there's a true public-private development opportunity here for a very special piece of land. We need time to develop all the public-private partnerships to develop it correctly," Thornton said.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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0 #1 Please Do it right!Guest 2013-12-06 20:43:48
This development of such a historic area with one of the only waterfalls close to a major city.. PLEASE do this right! Allow the public to enjoy it and businesses to cater to them and not just beautiful non-retail business lease space.. Draw people to this town with such an excellent opportunity!
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