- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 22, 2015

COQUILLE, Ore. (AP) - Coquille officials are considering temporary housing plans for workers who are constructing the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas project.

The World reports (https://is.gd/Le3ioM ) that City Manager Ben Marchant has participated in discussions with Jordan Cove’s construction manager about possibly using the Riverfront Development area to house the laborers.

The area formerly known as the Georgia Pacific site is only one of a few properties being considered for housing. Another site would be under the McCullough Bridge in North Bend, a proposal that has received criticism from area residents who say it would disrupt traffic and municipal services.

The proposed housing plan would be a three-year deal.


Information from: The World, https://www.theworldlink.com

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