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City Council approves contract for sports and recreation programming

Marysville Sport and Recreation was awarded a five year contract by the City of Marysville at Monday’s meeting.  The contract pays Marysville Sport and Recreation 60,000 dollars per year plus adjustments as a agreed upon to manage the cities sport and recreation programs. 

The Simmon’s Management Corporation has informed the City of Marysville that it is no longer working to save and renovate Simmon’s Auditorium.  The organization informed the City Council that they are now looking at the Union Pacific Railroad Station that was vacated by the railroad when the rail project was completed.  The group requested the cities help in negotiations with the Union Pacific Railroad.  After some discussion the Council asked City Attorney John McNish to meet with lawyers from SMC and Union Pacific.  One concern to be addressed was the possible legal liability the city may incur if they help with the negotiations.

The Council also agreed to wait on any further action regarding Simmon’s Auditorium until March.

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