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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – June 8, 2015

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Ellen Barber was present requesting council consideration for funding the Marshall County Partnership for Growth. No action was taken, however later in the meeting the City Attorney presented a statute drafted for consideration that would allow such. It will be considered at the next meeting. Don Landoll was present with St. Gregory Catholic Church, requesting a change in ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Brief

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Marysville City Council met Monday. Plans for remodeling at United Bank and Trust main bank downtown were presented, with sketches for sidewalk and infrastructure improvements. The City approved the standing cost share arrangement for sidewalks. The bank has begun a remodeling project, which will include redesign of the interior, as well as new façade and entrance on the exterior. Discussion ...

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Gage County Supervisors Discuss County Road Plans

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The Gage County Board of Supervisors last week hosted a second public discussion regarding the proposed one and six year road plans. Forty-two projects slated for completion this year are to be considered at the February 18th meeting, in efforts to stay ahead of needed road projects in coming years. Among priorities are two federal aid bridges, near Filley, and ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

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Efforts to alleviate a rental housing shortage in Marysville stalled again at Monday night’s City Council meeting. Neighboring residents, including several from the Senior Housing duplexes again expressed concerns with traffic, safety, and water drainage issues, which they had raised at previous council and planning commission meetings. With the Watertower Place duplex and Bulldog Apartment complex preliminary and final plats ...

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Washington City Council Votes To Publish Budget

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The Washington City Council recently voted 3-1 to publish a proposed budget for 2015 which will keep the levy at 45.516 mills. Melanie Bryant voted no, citing concern that not raising a little this year may lead to a large increase next year. The approval came after nearly three hours of consideration, and will be up for public comment and ...

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Nemaha County Commission Meeting Notes

Nemaha County Commissioners met Monday. Diana Younghans, Senior Services/Public Transit Director reported on a possible grant that could fund establishment of a senior center in Seneca. Clarification regarding a state law concerning taxation of property destroyed by a natural disaster was discussed. A resident affected by this situation would complete and submit an application to the Board of Commissioners for ...

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Marshall Co. Partnership For Growth Presents Plans To Commissioners

Representatives from the Marshall County Partnership For Growth approached Marshall County Commissioners at Mondays meeting with a concept for economic and community development. The group had been assigned the task of drafting a comprehensive development plan following the resignation of director George McCune. The partnership is a coalition of business, government, and organization members, and assigned a committee which had met several ...

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Rep. Committee Selects Laura Johnson McNish for County Attorney

Marshall County Republican Committee members met Wednesday evening in Marysville to consider nominations for Marshall County Attorney, to fill the unexpired term of Brian Carroll, who announced his resignation effective August 30th. Three candidates addressed the committee, Jason Brineger, Laura Johnson McNish, and Brad Lippert.  Brineger, a Marysville resident, is in private practice locally, and had served just over two ...

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Nemaha County School Board will hold emergency meeting Monday

NEMAHA VALLEY SCHOOLS, U.S.D. 442, will hold a special board meeting Monday at the UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICE, 5:15 P.M.. The agenda includes the consideration of contracting special education services with the newly formed Prairie Hills School District. The consideration of recinding resolutions of intent to non-renew special education teachers, and a report from the consolidation committee followed by a ...

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It is official – the Lt. Michael Hugh Breeding Memorial Bridge

The Kansas House of Representatives has approved a bill to name the future Big Blue River bridge near Blue Rapids as the Lt. Michael Hugh Breeding Memorial Bridge. The measure now goes to the Senate for consideration. Breeding’s plane was shot down in Vietnam on February 12th, 1970. His body was never recovered. Breeding was a native of Blue Rapids

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