Backers and opponents of a natural gas pipeline and export facility in Southern Oregon have found rare common ground after a hotel in Medford canceled their reservations for dueling open houses planned on the same evening.
Jordan Cove LNG, which is proposing the 232-mile-long pipeline, planned to get information out to the public, take comments and answer questions during an open house March 23 at the Ramada Medford Hotel and Conference Center.
Opponents of the project booked an adjacent room for an alternative open house to warn about what they see as the negative impacts of the project.
Late this week, both sides said, Ramada cancelled their reservations. They are looking for a new venue for the meetings.
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