Border Board seeks support on housing tax incentives

Member of the Nyssa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors present a replica check of $500 for Project DOVE to Nyssa Police Sgt. Greg Armenta, third from left. The money is for the Task Force on Human Trafficking. This is in addition to the $970 raised by the bubble ball tournament held during the final evening of Thunderegg Days in July. Chamber Board members shown, from left, are Tyler  Simpson, Tawni Maxwell, president; Jason Pearson, Ruson Munk and Nikki Enders. The presentation was made during the Nyssa City Council meeting Tuesday. Looking on, far left, are Mayor Pat Oliver and council president Sue Walker.

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