The hotel burned in 2012 and has continued to rot away as neighbors complain. But Jackson County’s Supervisor Troy Ross says recent legal action will enable the county to take on the project and assess the cost to the landowner.
The hotel burned in 2012 and has continued to rot away as neighbors complain. But Jackson County’s Supervisor Troy Ross says recent legal action will enable the county to take on the project and assess the cost to the landowner. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com File
The hotel burned in 2012 and has continued to rot away as neighbors complain. But Jackson County’s Supervisor Troy Ross says recent legal action will enable the county to take on the project and assess the cost to the landowner. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com File

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