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CORRECTED: City of Marion Proposes to Save Taxpayer Dollars by Creating More Accessible and Efficient Leaf Pickup Method

MARION, IN: (July 21st, 2016) – The Citywide Maintenance (Street) Department is proposing a new method for leaf pickup starting this fall, saving tens of thousands in taxpayer dollars while providing a more convenient and accessible pickup process to Marion residents.

Adams Street Project Completed 3 Months Early

MARION, IN: (July 21st, 2016) – A comprehensive road improvement project in Marion was be completed three months ahead of schedule, providing improved quality of life and safer travel for surrounding residents, businesses, college students, and those who pass through.

Road Closures to Begin Tomorrow (7/20/16) for Railroad Work

Wednesday (7/20) till approximately Monday (7/25): Norfolk Southern Railroad will have the R/R Crossing at E. 11th Street and the R/R Crossing at Branson & Washington Streets closed for repairs.

Detour signs will be posted to redirect traffic while the work is being done.

For any additional information, please call Wade Shemwell, Track Supervisor, Norfolk Southern Railroad 1-260-446-5791.

City & Chamber to Hold Ribbon Cutting for Gardens of Matter Park Expansion, the Meadow

MARION, IN: (July 14th, 2016) – Tomorrow marks the official opening of the Gardens of Matter Park expansion, the Meadow. The expansion adds four acres to the two-acre Gardens area for a total of six acres of beautiful gardens and marvelous green setting.

Marion Police Sergeant Tom Sisson Retires after Nearly 37 Years of Service

MARION, IN: (July 14th, 2016) – A devoted member of the Marion Police Department will officially enter retirement Friday after nearly 37 years of dedicated service.

Historic Marion Fire Truck Revived for Public Events & Fire Prevention Education

MARION, IN: (July 7th, 2016) – After more than a decade of sitting in a garage, a 1930 Marion Fire Truck in the Marion Fire Department’s possession has been revived, thanks to many hours of volunteer labor. City of Marion Mechanic, Kinnie Sollars, and his 13-year-old son, have been devoting time outside of work and school in order to restore the iconic piece of history.

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