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Marysville City Council notes – not complete minutes

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The area in and around city park was the topic of discussions at the Marysville City Council Meeting on Monday.  The council approved a 24,600 dollar expenditure to pay the engineering fees on the railbed rehabilitation from Highway 77 to Broadway Street. The Simmons management corporation and the council members discussed the fundraising efforts underway to renovate Simmon’s Auditorium.  SMC ... Read More »

Ward 4 Council persons appointed

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Elizabeth Doll will be seated as the new City Council person, replacing Carol Phillips who resigned her seat in Ward 4.  Doll was appointed to the position on a unanimous roll call vote. Read More »

Marysville City Council reviews KDOT award

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Marysville City Council met on Thursday evening after they failed to have a quorum on their regular Monday meeting time.  At the August 23rd meeting the council approved the acceptance of a KDOT Transportation Enhancement Project Award from Broadway, through City Park, to Highway 77 by way of the rail bed.  According to the printed agenda item summary KDOT has ... Read More »

Blue Springs council discusses new firehouse

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Blue Springs Council discussed plans for the new fire building at their Tuesday night meeting. Members of the Blue Springs Rural Fire Department were present at the meeting. The preliminary cost of the steel building is $135,000.  The final cost, design and application for a local grant have not been completed. Rural Fire board members John Linder and Roland Hardin ... Read More »

Marysville loses Public Works Director and Council person.

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Marysville no longer has a public works director.  Jim Mueller resigned his position at the September 13th Council Meeting.  Mueller had served as the Public Works Director since 2003.  Ward 4 City Council member Carol Phillips also resigned.  The council will begin a search to fill her position. Read More »

Kansas Farm Bureau sends local man to Germany

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Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Coordinator Jeff Sutton, Marysville, leaves this week on an intensive three-week agricultural fellowship in Germany.  Sutton has been selected as a 2010 McCloy Fellow by the American Council on Germany (ACG). The McCloy Fellowship is a three-week intensive immersion that focuses on the exchange of policy, research and planning that affects domestic, continental ... Read More »

Marysville City Council highlights

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Marysville City Council approved and agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration for work at the Marysville Airport.  The total project cost will be 1,591,600 dollars with the city share being 79,580 dollars.  The city is pursuing action that will recover 91,000 dollars of the cost. A pedestrian and bicycle path is in the final stages of planning.  The path will ... Read More »

Invitation to Join Advisory Council

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North Central Kansas Workforce Solutions was a guest at yesterday’s Solomon Valley Economic Development meeting in Beloit. The organization, which is the parent organization of OCCK in Beloit, is looking for local business owners who can sit on advisory councils in their 9-county service area. NCK Workforce Solutions Employment Consultant Patsy Stockhan says her organization is looking for people who ... Read More »

Wymore Rescue conflicts continue

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The struggle to keep a rescue department in Wymore continues to wear on the emotions of local residents.  Dr. Don Rice, Gage County medical director, notified members of the Wymore rescue department that they would become inactive after a decision by the Wymore City Council to close the department for a minimum of 45 days. The department’s closure was required ... Read More »

Beatrice Rescue will help Wymore

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Beatrice Fire and Rescue Chief Brian Daake says Beatrice will not station a Rescue unit in Wymore for the next 90 Days.  The Beatrice City Council discussed the arrangement with Wymore at its Monday.  Beatrice mayor Dennis Schuster informed the council that Beatrice proposed an agreement to provide Wymore with emergency coverage for 90 days.  If the proposal is accepted ... Read More »