Study of feds controling half of Coos County delayed
The study is to determine whether or not it is good or bad for Coös County to have more and more land acquired by the federal government, King said. "That's the question that must be answered," he explained. Now, one out of every two acres in Coös in a regional economy that is both forest- and tourism-based is under some form of federal ownership.
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