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SRS Topic Discussed at Marysville City Council Meeting

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In related news, during the round table discussion at the Marysville City Council Meeting on Monday a question was asked about the effort to keep the Marysville SRS Service Center open. County commissioner Bob Connell, who was in the audience, spoke in response to a question. According to Connell SRS had not approached the county commissioners. He said Marysville Mayor ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Attempts to Keep SRS Office

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The funding of the SRS office in Marysville was the topic of a special Marysville city council meeting Tuesday evening. The Marysville City Council approved a memorandum of understanding that proposes funding the SRS office through 2013. According to Marysville Mayor Bill Phillipi it will cost $48,253.98 a year to keep the Marysville SRS office open. The Marysville City Council ... Read More »

Marysville City Library Moves Forward with Rennovation Plans

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The Marysville City Council will continue the process to make major renovations.  Library Board President Amy Heiman said the project would include major changes to the interior of the building.  According to Heimen the cost of the proposed renovations is $276,489.  She said the library has approximately $150,000 in capital outlay funds.  She said the library may apply for U.S. ... Read More »

Marysville City Pool Will Remain Open til August 31st

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The Marysville City pool will close on August 31st. The pool manager informed the Marysville City Council on Monday that the pool will change the hours of operation when school starts which is scheduled for August 18th. The hours will then be 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and the pool will also be open on Saturdays. The council ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Minutes

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Marysville City Council met Monday.  Ongoing discussion regarding location, platting, and plans for a light industrial park adjacent to the Marysville Airport continued.  Representatives of the cemetery board brought forward questions regarding boundaries.  The issue was tabled, and forwarded for consideration by that board and the Planning Commission. City officials have met with engineers on the Seventh Street corridor improvements.  ... Read More »

City Council Extends Fireworks Hours

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On Monday Marysville City Council approved a change in the use of fireworks within city limits. The council approved extending the hours that fireworks can legally be set off on Saturday, Sunday and Monday to Midnight. Read More »

Marysville Police Announce Aggressive Enforcement of Handicap Parking

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Marysville Police Chief Todd Ackerman informed the Marysville City Council on Monday that his officers will be aggressively enforcing Handicap space parking. Ackerman said there will be no tolerance for abuse of these parking spaces. They are designed and designated for handicap people for a reason. Ackerman said the department will step up the enforcement of these violations and only ... Read More »

Wymore Council Finally at Full Strength

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Mayor Dan Guenther appointed Don Sullivan to fill the seat left vacant after Dan Hawkins was recalled on May 10. Sullivan was approved by the rest of the council and sworn in by Wymore City Attorney Andy Carothers. He then took his seat at the end of the council table where Hawkins used to sit. Sullivan, a self employed contractor, ... Read More »

Wymore Rescue Needs More Radios

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Wymore Rescue representative Gary Genrich asked the Wymore city council Wednesday night asking if the Wymore Fire Department could loan some radios to the rescue department. Genrich said the rescue department has applied for different grants and hopes to eventually have radios of its own but are currently in need of more radios. Mark Meints, a member of Wymore Fire ... Read More »