The changing face of Marysville
Marysville looks strange to me right now.
Not in a bad way, it’s just unexpected. When I was in high school, I had this image of what Marysville looks like. That is, a small town boxed in by farmland on all sides. The Coleman’s Crossing development came before I had gone to college, but that seemed expected. If you live in a developing town along a major highway, areas around those exits are going to shift. To me, it was a town that was developing in ways that make sense, but not necessarily ways that were compelling.
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