New Hotel In Algoma Closer To Approval

algomachamberThe Algoma City Plan Commission spent more than an hour discussing the proposed Grandstay Hotel Thursday night before voting to recommend the the city council approve the pre-application conceptual site plan and design plan. The commission was told that the planning has been going on for about 3 years. The meeting at the Algoma City Hall was well attended and those there asked a number of questions about the site, the retention pond, and the need for utility work in the area. Parking was also a topic as the discussion went on for about an hour before the conversation turned to the building itself. The four story structure will include a conference hall, a swimming pool, as well as being a 57 room hotel. It appeared that most people in attendance found the idea favorable. The plan commission action is a first step before actual construction, which if approved, is expected to start next winter and if all goes well, it could be open by summer of 2017.

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