NEWPORT — Development of the South Beach area has gradually increased in recent years, but the city of Newport realizes that the large neighborhood will burgeon during the next decade.
Perhaps the most dramatic growth will spin out of plans by Oregon State University and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) to build extensive marine science-related campuses on property bordering the Highway 101 corridor.
The city also expects additional residential, commercial and industrial growth during the next several years in the area between the Yaquina Bay Bridge and SE 62nd Street.
With that in mind, the city will hold a town hall meeting on June 30 in the Oregon Coast Community College (OCCC) community room to discuss the redevelopment of the Highway 101 corridor.
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