In 1999, the City of Pacifica and developer Barry SwensonBuilders planned to build a new hotel and convention center on thecity-owned Beach Boulevard site of the Sharp Park Sewer Plant.However, the city has tossed this plan aside and decided to pursuethe development of a new city library and municipal facilities atthe same site.

At a recent city council meeting, a representative for Swensonapologized to the city for missing an important deadline inNovember. The representative told the city that the company wasstill interested in developing the 20-acre project and proceeded topresent the council with plans for the project.

Barry Swenson Builders missed its November payment of $25,000 tothe city. According to the city council, the city's contract withthe developer automatically expired on Dec. 4, due to its failureto met the contract requirements.

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