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6 The Sun, Wednesday, August 8, 2012 current ent is in poor condition Continued from Page 1 tural preservation is another in- A landscape architect de- The property is Currently full ofweeds. This is property the Representatives from OHC, July 271etter from the agency said terest. He intends to have build- scribed the projects plans - owned by N & N Investment NRCS and landowner are sup- Oregon Horse Country, a state- theNRCSwon'tteUhimwhatin- ings and landscape that look as lodging for guests and horses, companyofSalem.N&Npresi-posed to be taking care of, but wide business organization that formation he needs to present re- if they have been on the prop- grounds for walking horses, dent, StevenWard, saidhesup- apparently funds are lacking for acts as a voice for the equine in- lating to the modification until he erty for 100 or more years, polo fields, trees on now-tree- ports MiUegan's plans, the purpose. Conditions of the dustry in Oregon, said there is has submitted his final easement Millegan emphasized thatless grounds, and gatehouses Among many horse-relatedeasement do not allow anyone on much local and international in- modification request, the property is uniquely suited were among the amenities she activities Millegan intends to it except federal conservation terestanddemandforvenuessuch He has been asking for assis- to his purposes because there are described. She is striving to ere- stage on the property are hunts, staff and the landowner,as the Wallace Bridge project for tance sinceApril fromlocal, state two major Oregon highways ate a farm atmosphere, done with a Western twist - the Information extracted from horse events of all kinds. and national NRCS officials to bordering the property and the Total size of the property is target would be coyotes, still the NRCS based on Millegan's Meredith Kendall, local help him leam the requirements soil is not good for most agri- 325 acres, with 187 of those considered a pest in some parts FreedomoflnformationActre- Willamina entrepreneur, said for his proposed easement-land cultural uses, including grapes, acres in an easement. Millegan of Oregon. Most hunts noquest notes that moving ease- she thinks the West Valley is swap. Meanwhile, hesaidheis He showed slides listingproposes a new location for the longer kill the prey. ment property is rare. Criteria ready for such a project, butshe self-financing and has not asked many letters of support he has easement and slight increase in Another consultant on the for changing the agreement in- asked whether Millegan had for financial help from taxpay- received from local businesses, size to 190 acres. He also be- Wallace Bridge Project was the clude requirements that there be secured enough water for it. He ers or his clients, elected city officials, horse as- lieves the project should ac- botanist, who said some of the a compelling public need, such said that was his first consider- In his presentation, Millegan sociation representatives and quire about 600 additional acres current easement property is in as for highways, and no pos- ation. He thinks the fights are said horses are his passion. 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