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Park Permits, Camping, and Reservations Policies Discussed

The City of Marysville will soon require persons camping in City Park to obtain a permit. The Marysville City Council agreed to appoint a committee to investigate and decide the best way to implement the permit program and look at other camping issues. Groups interested in using shelters in any of the parks in Marysville are asked to contact city ... Read More »

Marysville Swimming Pool May Not Be Ready for the Big Blue BBQ and Car Show

It does not appear the Marysville City Pool will be open for the events during the first weekend of June. The Big Blue BBQ and the Car Show have both brought large crowds to the downtown area and to the pool. Carrathurs Pool Company plans to begin painting the pool soon, but could not give a completion date to the ... Read More »

Recalled Wymore Councilperson Speaks at Meeting

Former Wymore City Councilperson Dan Hawkins spoke at the Wymore City Council meeting Wednesday. He offered a thank you to the people who supported him during his time as a city councilperson. Mayor Guenther said the search for an appointee to the open seat on the council is currently underway. Read More »

Marysville City Council Approves “Option C” for the 7th Street Corridor

?The Marysville City council approved moving forward with a plan labeled “Option C” for the improvement of the 7th Street Corridor. The plan will provide 61 parking spaces and a paved parking lot for the Helvring Center. The council members also approved the use of a $300,000 Kansas Department of Transportation Grant for the project. The city will be responsible ... Read More »

Wymore Recall Election Set for May 10th

Wymore City Council voted to set a date for a vote on the recall of Councilmember Dan Hawkins. May 10th the citizens in Ward 1 will vote to either recall Hawkins or continue to allow him to represent them. The recall attempt was started by a Wymore Citizen Lee Carr after Hawkins left 5 consecutive council meetings effectively ending the ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Seats New Members

The New Marysville City Council was sworn in at Monday night’s meeting. Newly elected Mayor Bill Phillipi and City Council members Tim Ackerman, Wayne Price, Sean Cohorst and Todd Frye were joined by Melvin “Bud” Schuette, who was unanimously approved to fill the Ward 1 seat vacated by Phillipi. The Seventh Street corridor project will be on the agenda for ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners’ Board Meeting Minutes

The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, April 11, 2011 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner, Chairman; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner; Elizabeth Hiltgen, County Attorney and Lou Kern, County Clerk. Chairman Otott called the meeting to order. Next regular meeting ... Read More »

Washington County Election Results

In Washington County, just 23% of registered voters turned out, with most races for school boards and city positions largely uncontested. Kenneth Johnson and Dana CeCerle are tied with 67 votes for position three, USD 108 Washington County School Board.  Jill Hoover defeated Rob Baker for position seven with 62% of the ballots. Vic Wilson won Hanover Mayor, with 55% ... Read More »

Seneca Will Rebuild Main Street

Wednesday evening The Seneca City Council approved a resolution of the city’s intent to issue up to $880,000 in general obligation bonds to rebuild three blocks of Main Street The total project cost from 3rd to 6th Street is estimated at nearly $2.5 million. Seneca has been awarded a grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation will cover nearly $1.6 ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Approves Moving Forward on Railbed Project

The Marysville City Council approved moving forward with the railbed rehabilitation project using one of several options provided to concerned citizens and business owners at a recent public meeting. The option provided approximately 63 parking spaces between Broadway and Elm Streets and a 10 feet wide concrete path that will begin at Broadway and follow the abandoned railbed through City ... Read More »