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Cob rep to meet with Langell Valley residents
January 23, 2005
representative from a power plant proposed for the
Langell Valley will answer questions from area
residents Wednesday in Lorella.
The sum would amount to half what it would pay in
property taxes, plus $300,000 a year to the Klamath
County Economic Development Association.
During that meeting, which had no public comment
portion, Turner proposed new terms for the Klamath
Falls Enterprise Zone, calling the latest offer an
Turner proposed paying about $3.2 million during the
first year, and less each year as the plant
depreciates, winding up at $2.4 million after 15
Langell Valley residents requested a separate
meeting after Tuesday's commissioner meeting. Brown,
a Langell Valley native, said he thought it was a
Although the meeting was scheduled because of the
new enterprise zone proposal, Brown said it wouldn't
surprise him if a lot of questions were about the
Opponents have said they plan to appeal the decision
to the Oregon Supreme Court.
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