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Georgia-Pacific to raze 11 unused buildings near downtown Camas

No plans have been offered for the 100K-square-foot site

By , Columbian county government and small cities reporter
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Buildings just north of the main Camas paper mill site sit vacant on Jan. 7.
Buildings just north of the main Camas paper mill site sit vacant on Jan. 7. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Georgia-Pacific is planning to demolish 11 buildings no longer in use near the entrance to downtown Camas by early next year.

The planned demolitions cover the Camas Business Center, a development lab and nonwovens manufacturing plant — roughly 100,000 square feet worth of structures. The buildings are located around 1101 N.W.

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Columbian county government and small cities reporter