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A man wearing a Copeland Sand & Gravel shirt watches the Grants Pass City Council discuss the possibility of condemnation proceedings to acquire land where Copeland currently operates. The city wants the site for a new water treatment plant.

The Grants Pass City Council narrowly passed a resolution Wednesday night declaring the city's need for the Copeland Sand & Gravel property as the site of the city's new water treatment plant.

In the process, city officials insisted that, contrary to public perception — and what the council's own agenda said — the resolution does not mean the city has decided to move ahead with condemning the property. Read More »

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