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Marysville City Council Minutes

Marysville City Council met Monday.  Ongoing discussion regarding location, platting, and plans for a light industrial park adjacent to the Marysville Airport continued.  Representatives of the cemetery board brought forward questions regarding boundaries.  The issue was tabled, and forwarded for consideration by that board and the Planning Commission.

City officials have met with engineers on the Seventh Street corridor improvements.  The project may be ready for bids as early as August or September.

Work continues on the Parallel Taxiway being added at the airport.  The runway may be closed for several days this summer.

Volunteers are needed to assist with spreading mulch at the City Park playground area.  Early mornings are preferred, and anyone interested is asked to contact City Hall.

Marysville Main Street received approval to use a portion of the former police station downtown for offices.

MACT received approval for a street dance near the Arts Center August 12, with beer concessions.  It was approved on a 5-1 vote, with Schuette voting no.

Bruce Dierking received a one year extension on an option to move a rental house, and the former KNDY studios from property acquired by the city, which is to serve as a location for a new fire station.  Plans for the fire station remain on hold, as the issue was part of a bond issue package previously turned down by voters.

A budget workshop meeting is planned July 14.

About Kevin Rippe

Kevin Rippe was born in Marysville and moved to Smith Center at the age of 1, then graduated from Smith Center High School in 1995. He graduated from Cloud County Community College in 1997, and joined the staff of KKAN/KQMA radio in Phillipsburg a year later. Since June of 2011 Kevin has been with us here at Your Country KNDY. You can hear Kevin on daily news reports, as well as calling area high school football and basketball. Kevin lives in Marysville with his wife Melissa, and 4 children Brennen, Jacob, Bailee, and Joshua.