REDMOND, OR -- Deschutes County Commissioners were briefed this week on Redmond’s Urban Renewal District. Policy analyst, Megan Glassner says there are three priorities for the district, She says leveraging sources of federal and state revenue. Glassner says Priority 2 is infrastructure to develop large tracts of land for industry. And Priority 3 focuses on safety improvements on the South Highway 97 corridor. The Urban Renewal District is expected to generate more than 116-million dollars of infrastructure improvement projects over the next 25 years. County commissioners have been asked to green light the district by October 15th.