Apportionment changes for several Keizer Station properties to be heard on Tuesday

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By CRAIG MURPHY
Of the Keizertimes

The amount being owed on several Keizer Station properties is being changed again.

But this time there are no delinquent payments or property owners involved.

During the Keizer City Council meeting next Tuesday (pushed back a day due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday), there will be a hearing on lot line adjustments and partitions for properties in the Keizer Station Area A Local Improvement District (LID).

The applications have been made by California-based Donahue Schriber Realty Group, which owns and operates Keizer Station.


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