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Impact assessment of the proposed Tektronix development on the city of Lebanon, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Industrial expansion in a small city can have a wide range of effects upon the immediate community and surrounding labor force area. One example of this is the impact that Tektronix, a worldwide electronics firm, could have on the City of Lebanon, Oregon, where a plant, initially employing about 500 people, is proposed. Three major areas of concern are examined; (1) social impact, including population, housing, transportation, community services and public utilities, (2) economic impact, including employment, income, taxes and municipal finances, and (3) physical impact, involving effects on the site and on air and water quality..
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