The Delta Urban Renewal Authority received zero response to a request for proposals to develop an upper mid-scale hotel along the Gunnison River. The deadline for submission of proposals was July 2.
A Delta City Council work session last week was dedicated to just one topic -- a proposed water park -- although proponents insist they don't need funding, or even approval, from the city.
Although Mayor Ron Austin made that point clear on a number of occasions, audience members, including representatives from Delta County Economic Development and Delta Urban Renewal Authority, wondered aloud why the informational session was held during a council work session.
Members of the Delta Urban Renewal Authority met May 22 to discuss an intriguing dilemma. A buyer has expressed interest in the parcel of land previously designated for a hotel.
Just one hotel developer responded to a request for proposals issued by the Delta Urban Renewal Authority for a riverfront hotel development. While the number of responses was disappointing, the proposal from MARS Hospitality was just about everything DURA commissioners said they had hoped for.
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