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A ribbon development study in Ontario, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • There are conflicts between commercial and agricultural uses of land bordering U. S. Highway 201 southbound from Ontario, Oregon. A questionnaire was developed and administered to businesses located along Highway 201 to determine the most important location factors for commercial users of the ribbon development. The most important factors were central location, customer access, land price, and lot size. An alternative to continued development along Highway 201 which has all four of the most important location factors was proposed to help protect prime agricultural land bordering the highway. In addition, commercial enterprises will be allowed to expand.
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