The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center Authority has asked Umatilla County to draft a set of policies that would help define the board’s fiscal and ethical responsibilities.

The request came in response to a letter and memorandum delivered from the county to the EOTEC board at its Friday meeting. Connie Caplinger, the executive assistant to the county commissioners, presented the letter on behalf of Commissioner Dennis Doherty.

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