By Scott Unger • Of the News-Register • 

Hotel project at a crossroad

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Comments

TJ1104

I don't think we need another boutique hotel on Third St. taking advantage of our tourism industry. This is really frustrating for homeowners who are prevented from doing the same. Why allow an out of town corporation build an expensive 90 room hotel, while at the same time not allowing permits for new vacation rentals? We work, live and contribute to this wonderful community. Many of us were drawn here for the very same reason tourists are. We should be able to support local business and help grow our local economy before another out of town corporation takes all of that income elsewhere.

Kayaker55

How often do we read and hear how "quaint" downtown 3rd S
treet is, from local residents and tourists alike. This behemoth would be a blight on the 3rd Street landscape and forever change our beautiful downtown.

Oregonian

Who will own the new hotel? That fact hasn't been mentioned in the stories about the development.