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December 28, 2017

$26M facility will keep NW onions moving

NYSSA, Ore. (AP) — A proposed truck-to-rail reloading facility — a project aimed at solving the onion industry's transportation problems in Idaho and Oregon — is expected to be built within three years, officials said.

The Oregon Legislature's $5.3 billion transportation package passed earlier this year included $26 million for a reload facility, which is planned on a 400-acre location near the eastern Oregon town of Nyssa, the Capital Press reported .

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