The city of Lacey built part of a road that abruptly ends near Cabela's, the anchor tenant of the Lacey Gateway project.  This "road to nowhere," pictured on Sept. 17, 2010, was supposed to be completed by developer Tri Vo. The road is south of the first roundabout encountered traveling west on Marvin Road from I-5.
The city of Lacey built part of a road that abruptly ends near Cabela's, the anchor tenant of the Lacey Gateway project. This "road to nowhere," pictured on Sept. 17, 2010, was supposed to be completed by developer Tri Vo. The road is south of the first roundabout encountered traveling west on Marvin Road from I-5. The Olympian
The city of Lacey built part of a road that abruptly ends near Cabela's, the anchor tenant of the Lacey Gateway project. This "road to nowhere," pictured on Sept. 17, 2010, was supposed to be completed by developer Tri Vo. The road is south of the first roundabout encountered traveling west on Marvin Road from I-5. The Olympian

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