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3.00 Acres Of Land For Sale In John Day, Oregon
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3 acres zoned general industrial within the urban growth boundary. Sale will be subject to a lot line adjustment off of TaxLot 214 (which is currently 8.14 acres).Property borders the John Day River. Power available at boundary, shallow well on property. Agents related to sellers
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