Closed motel becomes sore spot for city

Staff Writer

   The shell of one of Grenada’s oldest motels is becoming become an eyesore, and officials want to get to the bottom of the problem.
   Since the recent closing of the Hilltop Motel, in the north-west quadrant of the Interstate Exit 206, trash has piled up near its Frontage Road premises.
   With over 100 abandoned rooms at the half century-old building, Grenada Code Enforcement Officer Sonny Ammons said he is currently looking into the situation.
   “Right now we have this under investigation,” Ammons said. “We’re trying to locate the property owners, and that’s how this investigation is starting.”

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