During their meeting Monday, Marshall County Commissioners decided not to participate in an agreement with the Partnership for growth and the City of Marysville to fund the Marysville SRS Service Center for two years.
During that time SRS would make a good-faith effort to secure other funding. The County Commissioners were presented with a plan by Marysville City Mayor Bill Phillipi at their meeting on September 6. The plan proposed an agreement between the City of Marysville, Partnership for Growth, Marshall County and the building owners, Steve Cohorst and Rob Peschel. If approved by all parties the City of Marysville would pay $15,085, Marshall County would pay $15,085, Marshall County Partnership for Growth would contribute $18,085 and Cohorst and Peschell would pay $16,000.
Marshall County Commissioners were the only party that did not approve the agreement. The Marysville SRS provides services for Marshall, Nemaha, Clay, Washington and part of Jackson County.