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Marysville City Council Notes

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. The interlocal agreement for participation in the revised neighborhood revitalization program through Marshall County was approved. Discussion regarding the potential for using available surplus funds to pay off the 11th Street and curb and gutter projects early yielded no action. An earlier decision to pay off the bonds in February was affirmed. Boring work ... Read More »

Washington City Council Meeting Notes

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The Washington City Council December 2nd adopted a revised ordinance regarding city utilities and deposits. Among changes, effective January 2014, delinquent notices will no longer be mailed, service termination guidelines and reconnection fees were established, and landlord liability will be attempted once an account has been delinquent at least ninety days. Electric meter deposits will be $150, and water meter ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Notes

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Following discussion, an agreement with a consultant for a study on the tennis court project was approved, at a cost of just over $39,000. Scope of the agreement with Olsson and Associates would include meetings with the public, city and school officials regarding potential for developing six or eight courts at the present site, ... Read More »

Beatrice City Council Meeting Notes

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An option floated by Beatrice City Councilman Ted Fairbanks that would have consolidated police and sheriff departments into a countywide public safety department in Gage County has reportedly stalled. That, following discussion between council members, and county supervisors. They do plan to continue meeting on a regular basis to discuss ideas for more efficient operations. In a related story, elected ... Read More »

City Council votes for new tennis courts

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The Marysville City Council voted 7-0 to fund 8 new tennis courts for $400,000. The plan is to have the city pay for the whole thing and then have the school district pay the city $150,000, over the course of 10 years, and the tennis committee will raise private funds, along with a grant from the U.S. Tennis Association in ... Read More »

Clean up week extended another week in Marysville

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A reminder that the Spring Clean up for the City of Marysville has been extended through this week. The city crews will be picking up limbs, leaves, and yard debris. It was decided at last weeks City Council meeting to extend the clean up week another week due to the wet and cold weather we had during the original clean up week. Read More »

Tuesday Election Results

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Tuesday election results … Marshall County… Marysville Mayor Bill Phillipi was unopposed.  For city council, Vicky Gross edged Breta Bloomberg by a vote 56-55 for Ward 3, and Dennis Schroller unseated Liz Doll 161-54 in Ward 4.  Carla Grund and Keith Beikman ran unopposed in Wards 1 and 2, Marysville city council. In Blue Rapids, the top three for City ... Read More »

City and School Election Results

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Marshall County USD 364 Marysville Position 4 Chris Denner 627 Bob Oliver 572 Position 5 Marc Degenhardt 675 Michelle Reinhart 537 Position 6 Steven Schotte 664 Julie Haggard 532 Marysville City Council Ward 3 Vicky Gross 56 Breta Bloomberg 55 Ward 4 Dennis Schroller 161 Liz Doll  54 Oketo Mayor Darrell Cook 19 Melvern Holle 16 Washington County USD 108 ... Read More »

Positions up for grabs in area election races

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The City and School Election is Tuesday in the State of Kansas. Polls will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. In Washington County, there are a few races, including Position 6 for USD 108 in Washington, where Mark Cudney of Greenleaf, Mary Dodd and Brad Jones, both of Washington are vying for that position. For the City of ... Read More »

New group forms to try and acquire and preserve the U.P. Depot

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A new group was formed this week set to restore the former U.P. Depot for public use and promotion of rail history. The group will be called the Marysville U.P. Depot Preservation Society. Rachael Frye of Marysville was elected President, Leroy Schroller, Vice President, Annie Shain, Treasurer, and Sarah Kessinger, Secretary. They are considering ways to raise enough funds to ... Read More »