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Marysville City Councilmembers and store representatives attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 25 to celebrate the grand opening of the new Marysville Ross Dress for Less store in the Gateway Shopping Center at 116th and I-5. Speaker and City Councilmember Carmen Rasmussen welcomed Ross to the community, and recognized them for the 40 new jobs they are bringing into the community, many of which are being filled by Marysville residents, and for customer spending that will fuel new taxes that will help provide increased city public services. Pictured in the front row from the left are Supervisor Teresa Hoffman, Assistant Manager Patty Bargas, Store Manager Rita Paul, and City Councilmembers Rasmussen (holding the scissors), Donna Wright and John Soriano.

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