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Apple Computer may be coming to Prineville. “The Oregonian” reports that the computer giant is considering the Central Oregon location for its next 31-megawatt data center. The report says apple has an option to buy up to 160 acres of land currently owned by Crook County.  The option to buy the acreage expires at the end of December. An earlier report says that three different companies, including Apple, want to build in the Prineville area.   Central Oregon Cooperative has already submitted three different requests for connections to the Bonneville Power administration on behalf of those projects.

 

 

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