Legislature Appropriates $500,000 For Mosier Civic Center

The Oregon Legislature’s Joint Committee on Ways and Means awarded $500,000 for construction of a proposed Mosier Civic Center before the legislature adjourned last week.  The City/Fire District joint-use facility is still in the feasibility stage, with a final feasibility report due at the end of August, then the Mosier City Council and the Mosier Fire District Board will finalize their process on whether or how to develop the Center.  The Civic Center has a projected total budget of between $2.5 million to $4 million.  The Mosier Civic Center would be a joint use facility, encompassing a City Hall, main fire station for the Mosier Fire District, and multi-purpose assembly rooms.

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