Ag complex plans

Don Landoll submitted drawings to the Marysville school district for a 14,600-square-foot two-story building for a new ag complex at the junior-senior high school. The drawing of the exterior shows brick that matches the school. A skywalk would allow people to get from the activity center to the ag center.

Money left over from a $26.4 million bond issue, combined with the sale of $710,000 in remaining bonds and a potential partnership agreement with Landoll Corporation, Marysville, will make it possible to build a new agriculture complex at Marysville Junior-Senior High School.

Don Landoll, president of Landoll Corporation, submitted three drawings to the school district for a 14,600-square-foot two-story building with a $2.289 million maximum price tag on it. The drawings were of the building overall with a brick exterior that matches the school and possibly an upper and ground floor. The building includes a skywalk that will allow people to get from the activity center to the ag center.