City attorneys for Medford and Central Point are working with the Department of Justice to divvy up remaining funds, equipment and the rights to the name.
In a statement to NBC5 News, Central Point City Attorney Sydnee Dreyer says, “Central Point is optimistic that the parties will be able to finalize the terms of an agreement in the near future. Once the agreement is finalized, Central Point is supportive of the City of Medford continuing to operate the SOHTCTF.”
Both city attorney’s for Medford and Central Point say they expect an agreement soon.
Executive Producer Kristin Hosfelt anchors NBC5 News weeknights at 5 and 6. Originally from the Bay Area, Kristin earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from San Jose State University.
She came to KOBI-TV/NBC5 from Bangor, Maine where she was the evening news anchor. Kristin has won multiple journalism awards including Best Feature Reporting in the State of Maine. In 2017, her investigation on lead pipes in Medford’s water system was named Best News Series by the Oregon Association of Broadcasters.
When Kristin is not sharing the news, she’s traveling, hunting down the best burrito, or buried in a Jodi Picoult novel. She’s also a Green Bay Packers shareholder; if you see her out and about she’d be happy to tell you the story of how a California girl became a cheesehead.