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Marshall County Partnership For Growth Annual Meeting Notes

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Marshall County Partnership For Growth held their annual meeting in Marysville Thursday evening. Chairman Rob Peschel welcomed members, highlighting the group’s recent close on an eleven acre parcel just east of Marysville that’s to be developed as a business park. Noting that goal had been several years in the works, Peschel then introduced an update from a steering committee charged ... Read More »

SRS Office Fills 12 Positions

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The Marysville SRS office currently has 12 people on staff.  George McCune, Marshall County Economic Director reports that the office is employing 12 people and may be adding an additional position in the future.    SRS had planned to close the Marysville Office in 2011.  The City of Marysville and the Marshall County Partnership for Growth were able to make ... Read More »

KSHSAA Announces Television/WebCast Partnership

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Topeka, KS. – The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA), When We Were Young Productions (WWWYP), and PlayON! Sports announce the launch of the KSHSAA Network, a new cross-platform endeavor that will deliver unprecedented television and web coverage of selected KSHSAA state championship events. WWWYP/PlayON! Sports will produce and distribute content for the KSHSAA Network. When fully implemented, the ... Read More »

Partnership for Growth Extends Agreement with SRS

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The Marshall County Partnership’s Board of Directors Meeting held on Tuesday, Sept. 27th. The board agreed to notify everyone that has made a donation to the SRS fund asking if they would allow the Partnership to retain the excess portion of their contribution to be included in the 2013 payment to SRS as per the agreement to keep the Marysville ... Read More »

Partnership for Growth to Discuss SRS Agreement

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Marshall County Partnership for Growth will meet Tuesday 5:35 at the Marshall County Courthouse. The agenda for the meeting includes several items related to the agreement between the city of Marysville and the state of Kansas SRS Department. The Partnership for Growth would provide funding to SRS through the city of Marysville. George McCune will report on the current fund ... Read More »

SRS Not Required to Keep Eleven Positions in Marysville

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Economic Development Director George McCune and Community Development Coordinator Juanita McCune met with the Board to give them a weekly update of the Economic Development office. Economic Development Director George McCune informed the Board that $16,050.00 had been received verbally and around $9,000.00 has been actually received to help fund the SRS office rent and expenses in Marysville. He informed ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes

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September 19, 2011 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Robert S. Connell member; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »

Partnership Attempting to Keep SRS Office in Marysville

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The Marshall County Partnership for Growth is asking the public to help pay the rent, utilities and supplies for the SRS office in Marysville. George McCune, Marshall County Economic Development Director has sent an email asking for financial support to keep an office located in Marysville. The Partnership is attempting to raise $10,000 in the next 24 hours. The effort to ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Refuse to Help Fund SRS

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During their meeting Monday, Marshall County Commissioners decided not to participate in an agreement with the Partnership for growth and the City of Marysville to fund the Marysville SRS Service Center for two years. During that time SRS would make a good-faith effort to secure other funding. The County Commissioners were presented with a plan by Marysville City Mayor Bill ... Read More »