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City’s New Brand Created from IWU Partnership

(MARION, IN) January 27th, 2017 – The City of Marion is unveiling a new brand and identity through a partnership with an academic group at Indiana Wesleyan University.

In April of 2016, Marion Mayor Jess Alumbaugh reached out to IWU, while a group of professors had recently stimulated an academic initiative comprised of about 20 students with big desires to make a lasting impact in the community through design. The group initiated discussions with leaders who had been exploring the next step in furthering a new identity to replace the decade-old catch phrase/logo, “Make it Marion.”

City of Marion Welcomes New Director of Transportation

MARION, IN: (Jan. 4th, 2017) – The City of Marion Transportation Department has new leadership as of January 3rd. Jeff Edwards is a seasoned leader, having most recently served as a corporal supervisor for the Grant County Juvenile Detention Center. After serving four years as an officer there, he was promoted into a supervisory role, overseeing eight employees charged with the care and control of the juveniles at the Center.

Neighborhood Association Coordinator Retires after 16 Years of Building Stronger Neighborhoods

MARION, IN: (Jan. 3rd, 2017) – Neighborhood Association Coordinator, Larry Richardson, has ended his tenure with the City of Marion after 16 years of service. Richardson was first hired by the City as an assistant director in the Parks Dept., then was promoted by the Community Development office as the Neighborhood Association Coordinator approximately two years later, where he served through the end of 2016.

Employee Spotlight: Officer Joshua Swanson

The City of Marion congratulates Officer Joshua Swanson for excellence in his work and going above his call of duty. Below is a letter from a Marion citizen thanking Officer Swanson for his assistance the night of the Walkway of Lights Christmas Parade...

City Also in Need of Bus Driver

The City of Marion will be accepting applications through Friday, January 6th for the following position:

The Transportation Department is seeking applicants for a full-time bus driver position.

Job responsibilities: Operates a bus along a predetermined route in a safe, timely, and courteous manner for the conveyance of passengers.

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