The county purchased the old rail corridor in October for almost a half-million dollars. Eventually the county wants to restore rail service to the area, but in the meantime is trying to figure out what to do with it.
The right-of-way runs from south of Corvallis to Monroe, then heads west towards Hull-Oakes Lumber.
Some options include developing public trails, swapping the land with surrounding land owners to make it closer to a road, or selling or leasing the land.
The public has until August 8 to comment.
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