Mayor Jon Nehring appeared on Comcast Newmakers recently to talk about volunteerism, the City's health initiative, City park and trail projects
Effective Oct. 1 in the City of Marysville, a two-tenths of 1% sales tax increase on items purchased for business or personal use (8.6 to 8.8%) will take effect for transportation system improvements. The effective date had previously been misreported.
Voters approved the 0.2% sales tax increase last April to generate $1.6 million per year over 10 years for Marysville unmet transportation system needs, and improving pedestrian and bicycle safety and access.
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In June 2009, two fugitives wanted in the robbery and gruesome murder of a 73-year-old Marysville woman fled cross country in her stolen car. For three days, the pair went on a spending spree using her stolen credit cards,... Read on...
Starting at 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 21 until noon Friday, Aug. 29, left turns will be restricted in all directions 24-hours-a-day. Traffic on SR 9 will be able to go through the intersection in both directions (or turn right)... Read on...
The Ken Baxter Community Center (located at 514 Delta Avenue in Marysville) is currently accepting applications for its Fall and Holiday craft and gift shows. Events include the Autumn Craft Show, Order Up Gift Show and the... Read on...
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Mayor Jon Nehring appeared on Comcast Newmakers recently to talk about volunteerism, the City's health initiative, and City park and trail projects
Police Pro-act Team serves narcotics-related warrant at Marysville home; SWAT team arrests 11 on warrants, drug-related offenses