The New Era - All about Sweet Home since 1929

By Scott Swanson
Of The New Era 

SHEDG plans get scrutiny at public meeting


June 28, 2016

The Sweet Home Economic Development Group unveiled some preliminary plans for the former Knife River property, which Linn County is in the process of donating to SHEDG, in a public meeting Thursday, June 23, held at Sunshine Industries.

The purpose of the meeting, SHEDG Chair Rachel Kittson-Maqatish said, was to inform the 40-some people in attendance and gauge their interest in the project.

The SHEDG board has been considering accepting an offer by Linn County to take possession of the 200-plus-acre parcel of land, once owned by Knife River and, more recently by the Western States Land...

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