Columbia River Crossing Payout to Industry: $86 Million

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Should the Columbia River Crossing go forward, Oregon taxpayers will pay three manufacturers $86.4 million to compensate for the bridge being built too low.The cost—related to three major mitigation deals struck with manufacturers along the Washington side of the the Columbia River—was released this afternoon as part of a records request by WW and other media.The CRC, now downsized to an Oregon-only ...   More
 
Friday, August 30, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Columbia River Crossing Mitigation Deal Far Away, Two Manufacturers Say

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Columbia River Crossing supporters yesterday trumpeted the news that the project was close to striking a  deal with Oregon Iron Works to mitigate the harm 116-foot-tall Interstate 5 bridges will do to its business. But the other two major manufacturers affected by the project say they're nowhere near a deal and are worried the slow pace CRC negotiators are moving at may prevent them from reaching ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

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