Marysville project developers should explain delay

In Marysville on the south side of 116th Street across from Winco there is a hotel construction project that looks like a total disaster and has been standing for years now. It’s unfinished while the rest of the area has retail outlets that have been developed and completed.

Where are the developers, and when can we expect this project to be completed, as it is not done and you can see it isn’t even being maintained so the condition is deteriorating as it sits.

It obviously is a hotel but the area and the project are not being worked or maintained by anyone for many months and it is clearly developing into a problem area that looks very bad.

There has been no news regarding who is responsible, who is going to complete it and when it will even happen.

I hope the city and the developers can get this project underway soon. It should be a nice addition to the area and not what it is today.

John F Forsberg


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