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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – May 11th

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Debbie Price was recognized for achieving Master Municipal Clerk status. She joins 35 other city clerks in Kansas achieving that level. Update on the City Pool was heard, with plans to open Memorial Day weekend. Project approval and funding, just over $200,000, was given for the Calhoun and Center Street waterline work, taking $90,000 from water revenue fund, ...

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Unofficial Area Election Results – April 7, 2015

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Voters Tuesday elected Lanny Carpenter to the Marysville USD 364 School Board, unseating incumbent Betty Temple 600 votes to 341, Jeff Ottens tallied 81. Carla Grund was elected Marysville Mayor, holding off a write in challenge for Todd Frye 508 – 291, without advance ballots, and awaiting a final unofficial count, which is not expected to dramatically change the final result. For ...

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UPDATE: Todd Frye To Run As Write-In Candidate For Marysville Mayor

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KNDY News confirmed social media reports Tuesday, that Todd Frye will run as a write-in candidate for Marysville Mayor, challenging Carla Grund, who is the only candidate filed. Both currently serve on the City Council. Marysville voters wishing to cast a ballot for Todd Frye will need to write in the name, and check the oval box next to the ...

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Area Filings Made For Upcoming Election

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The filing deadline was Tuesday for the upcoming election. In Marysville, Carla Grund filed for Mayor, Brad Ekiss council Ward 1, Darlene Boss and Tam Gordon will face off in Ward 2, Kevin Throm filed in Ward 3, and Todd Frye filed for reelection in Ward 4. Ken Kichaefer filed for City Treasurer. In Axtell, Richard Burger, John Darrah, and ...

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Marysville Planning Commission Approves Two Residential Recommendations

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The Marysville Planning Commission, meeting Thursday night, moved three developments forward for City Council consideration. Preliminary and final plats were approved for 22 duplex units proposed near the new water tower. Following revisions from previous presentations, the Bulldog Apartment preliminary and final plats were approved. Changes included two water retention ponds on the site that will reduce drainage runoff, aligning ...

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City of Marysville Purchases Union Pacific Depot; Makes State-Wide News

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A proposal to move forward with purchase of the former Union Pacific Depot and surrounding three block property put Marysville on the statewide map Monday, as Kansas Public Radio aired a piece by Jay Schafer, ahead of Monday night’s City Council meeting. Copies of the purchase agreement with the railroad were eventually made public, were posted on the city website ...

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Wymore City Council Terminates Police Chief Kilpatrick

Wymore Police Chief Russell E. Kilpatrick, who was placed on paid administrative leave in late June pending an investigation, was released from employment with the city, following action taken after a closed session following the City Council meeting last Wednesday. He had taken the job April 2nd. Details of the investigation were not released.

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Washington Beginning Second Phase Of Community Surveys

The City of Washington is ready to begin the second phase of community surveys to determine eligibility for grant dollars for community projects. Within the last month, every occupied household received a short income survey which was to be returned to the City Hall. The City wishes to thank everyone who has already returned the survey. If you have not ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

Marysville City Council met Monday. Robert Woodard requested, and received approval for a sewer line extension to a second 6,000 square foot building that he is proposing just west of his current building in the city industrial park. Council agreed to the waiver from standard practice of requiring another line, noting that due to the location it would be very ...

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