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PENDLETON — The city of Pendleton boosted the infrastructure for its big future housing development site for almost $2.5 million.

The city council at its meeting Tuesday night, Oct. 17, voted to accept a bid for almost $2.477,701 to upgrade a booster water pumping station for the Rees-Goad project on the east side of the city. According to the city, the approval should make the large proposed housing project more buildable, providing increased capacity for the existing pressure zone around Interstate 84 Exit 201 and the newly formed 250-acre reimbursement district of developable land.

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