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A former Baker County commissioner is concerned that hundreds of rural residents across Oregon, including many in the northeast corner, could see significant increases in their bill for wildland fire protection through the state Department of Forestry over the next two years.

But they wouldn’t know the final tab until they receive their property tax bills in November — after the fire season, said Mark Bennett, who retired as a commissioner at the end of 2022.

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