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New fire station plans presented at the Marysville City Council Meeting

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Plans for a new fire station were presented at the Marysville City Council meeting Monday night.  If approved by the voters the new station would be built on south 11th road at the former KNDY building the city recently purchased.  The new station will have an eight bay garage for fire trucks, the fire prevention trailer, and the dive team ... Read More »

CMH Holds Beam Signing Event For Replacement Hospital

Marysville, KS — Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) reached a major milestone in construction recently when CMH hospital leaders, staff and board members marked its progress with an informal beam signing ceremony Tuesday morning. The final steel beam will be raised into place within the next several weeks. CMH Beam signing ceremonies are typically held to commemorate the placement of the ... Read More »

Marysville City Council discusses tax increase

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The Marysville City Council continued its discussion of an increase to the sales tax to help fund recreational improvements, a new fire station and a decrease in property taxes.  The current sales tax rate is 6.3% and will raise to 7.3 percent July 1st due to a state sales tax increase.  With the proposed increase locally the Marysville sales tax ... Read More »

Vandals strike in Marysville

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Marysville Police have received six reports of vandalism in Marysville.  According to police someone used a BB gun to damage vehicle and building windows.  The damages occurred between Friday evening and Monday morning. Read More »

Marysville Farmers Market Meeting Set

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The Marysville Farmers Market will have a planning meeting for area vendors at 10:30 a.m. this Saturday at the Marysville City Building. Anyone interested in selling at the market this summer and fall is welcome. The meeting will explain state regulations the market will follow and will feature a guest speaker from Washington County Farm Bureau who will talk about ... Read More »

HERITAGE TRUST FUND GRANTS AWARDED to Washington County Sheriff’s building

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TOPEKA, KS- The Kansas Historical Society announced the Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review made its recommendations for the 2010 round of Heritage Trust Fund (HTF) grants on February 20, 2010. The Board awarded $757,530 for 13 projects across the state. Forty-seven eligible applications were reviewed, requesting a total of $3,134,341 in funds. As in previous years, the HTF program ... Read More »

Budget issues dominate annual Legislative Forum

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Budget issues dominate annual Legislative Forum By Sarah Kessinger School budget cuts, veterans affairs office closure, Medicaid reductions to nursing homes and other pressing issues came up during Saturday’s Legislative Forum in the Marysville City Building. The forum, which drew about 60 people, gave Rep. Sharon Schwartz, R-Washington, and Sen. Mark Taddiken, R-Clifton, who represent Marshall County, a chance to ... Read More »

Marysville City Council discusses budget concerns

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The Marysville City Council met in regular session Monday evening.  Included in city business was a report on sales tax earnings.  Sales tax collected for the month of January was $70,351, up slightly from January of 2009.  The council reviewed the budget status up to the current time and included a report by Rick Shain, City Administrator concerning financial issues.  ... Read More »

New housing project will start by July 1

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By Julie Perry Construction on 12 duplexes and a community building will start by July 1 for low-income housing in Marysville. Tax credits in an annual amount of $441,959 were approved for the Excel Development group’s project on Jan. 4 by the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation. Development director Bill Caton, Auburn, notified City Administrator Rick Shain that the project had ... Read More »

Washington County Hospital proceeds with bond process.

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Washington County Hospital will begin the bonding process to fund a new Hospital Building.  During the regular Washington County Commissioners meeting it was reported that the hospital was in favor of revenue bonds that do not obligate tax payers to debt payment.  The hospital board reported it will need to sign a contract with Piper Jaffray to begin the bonding ... Read More »