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Patricia Lucas, executive director of Sunriver-La Pine Economic Development, says once a new small-business incubator is opened, it will help stimulate the region's economy.

Wanted: Small-business startups that seek to grow in the city of La Pine to lease space in a new incubator facility.

The city was given $1.5 million by the state Legislature for construction of a test incubator facility building that will be in the La Pine Industrial Park, said Geoff Wullschlager, La Pine city manager.

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Reporter: 541-633-2117, sroig@bendbulletin.com


Suzanne Roig has been a reporter with The Bulletin since 2018 covering business and health in the region. When she's not working she enjoys taking her dog Pono out on hikes.

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