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Steve Drury, Rim Country Education Alliance chairman, said of the Forest Service site, “We were shocked to find it’s only 22 percent — not 50 percent — buildable.”

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Alliance studying costs of four sites for university

The Rim Country Educational Alliance has hired the Tetra Tech engineering firm to provide a detailed analysis of four possible university sites, including the preferred 253-acre Forest Service-owned parcel on which the Alliance will get an appraisal in the next few weeks.


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