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PHOENIX–A Canadian developer has asked the city of Mesa for a third extension so he can align financing on a $12- million project in that would include a hotel, water park and ice rink.

Malcolm Ross wants more time to put together financing for Mesa Verde Project, which would be built in downtown Mesa. Ross says that he needs more time to secure financing, because construction costs have increased. The Vancouver, British Columbia-based developer also plans to delay portions of the project to stay on budget.

If the extension is granted, it would be the third time the city has given Ross additional time in the three years he’s been working on the project.

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