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The owners of the resort development Pronghorn will receive a default notice from Deschutes County Commissioners this week. The Commissioners voted on Wednesday to take action to pressure the resort to start building their promised hotels. Deschutes County Commissioner Alan Unger says they have 30 days to try and resolve the issue. “I think the County's legal team had lots of discussions with the owners and legal representatives of Pronghorn. It's our hope they plan to move forward to build overnight units and keep Pronghorn in a successful building mode.” State law requires destination resorts to offer overnight lodging.

Pronghorn is supposed to have 192 units, but has only built 48 so far.

 

 

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