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The meetings are designed to assess draft information, and prospective attendees are asked to provide basic project information, in the form of responses to a standard set of questions, at least two weeks prior to the meeting.
Bethany HarringtonOregon Department of State Lands541-325-6171Bethany.Harrington@dsl.oregon.gov
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