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SALEM — The Oregon Public Utility Commission last month granted approval for Idaho Power’s application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity for its Boardman to Hemingway project.

The June 29 decision means the Boise-based utility’s project is formally recognized as serving the public interest, and it is projected to begin by the end of the year — though the La Grande-based Stop B2H Coalition is considering appealing the decision to the Oregon Supreme Court.

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