It could only be a matter of years before undeveloped fields of brush and juniper trees southeast of Bend could eventually be home to thousands of new people, houses and businesses. The state recently approved the city’s plan to expand out by 2,380 acres, and Bend’s city councilors are tasked with choosing which rural areas they want to develop first. During a City Council meeting Feb. 22, councilors said property southeast of Bend is one of the areas on the top of the list to build up first.
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