LOS ANGELES — The Columbia River Crossing Project could be financially feasible, as long as certain conditions are met, according to an Oregon State Treasury official.

In an internal memo last week to State Treasurer Ted Wheeler, Laura Lockwood-McCall, director of the treasurer's debt management division said that while critical legal and operational issues remain unresolved, the project is "financially viable at current interest rates, even under the most pessimistic toll revenue assumptions" as long as all of a list of seven conditions are met.

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