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Cash-strapped Molalla must “get creative” to repay $2.5 million in misspent development fees – At a crowded Molalla City Council meeting Wednesday night, an investigator told Council and community members that the city, already facing a serious budget gap, has one year to repay $2.5 million in misspent development fees.
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