Oregon counties want state Supreme Court ruling on timber harvest reinstated

Enviro & Legislation

Ted Sickinger The Oregonian A group of 13 rural counties and some 150 taxing districts is asking the Oregon Supreme Court to reinstate a $1.1 billion award against the state for failing to maximize timber harvests on state forests and resulting payments to those local governments.The Oregon Court of Appeals this spring ruled that the…

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