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Job Opening: Full-time Laborer, Parks Department

Citywide Maintenance is seeking applicants for a full-time laborer position in the Parks Department.

Job responsibilities: Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of skilled and unskilled building, mechanical and grounds tasks to assist in the maintenance of city park properties and facilities; operates trucks and light equipment for construction, maintenance and repair of roads and city property.

Employee Spotlight: Rose Cadena

Rose Cadena is the Administrative Assistant for the City of Marion Parks & Recreation Department. She has been in her position for 10 years. In addition to undertaking multiple tasks in her job, she puts the "FUN" in all events at City Hall. Rose spearheads and organizes many parties and events for the City team. Her competitive nature is the drive behind Corporate Challenge and all activities connected with this event.

Golf Scramble to Raise Funds to Rebuild Downtown Fire Station

The City of Marion is working hard to raise funds to rebuild the downtown Fire Station on 4th and Boots Street. Below is a signup sheet along with information on the Golf Scramble. Thank you for your support.

Road Closure: Butler Ave on Saturday, July 1st

N. Butler Avenue from W. Braewick Drive to W. Winona Avenue will be closed Saturday July 1, 2017 from 9:00 am to 12:00 am (midnight) for a charity event for the Black History Club of Marion High School, sponsored by the Black Dragon Motorcycle Club. For further information, please call Harry Stewart, VP, at 765-661-7437. Thank you.

New Building & Grounds Manager Hired

New leadership is taking shape in the City of Marion’s Building & Grounds Department this week. Robby Cassidy filled the maintenance position on Monday, June 19th, shortly after longtime manager Terry Kratzer retired after serving nearly 29 years. Cassidy was previously handling maintenance and landscaping duties for the City through the Parks Department.

Marion Fireworks Show to be Held on Tuesday, the 4th of July

The City of Marion will continue a longstanding tradition of providing a fireworks show for the community. This year, the display is going to take place on Tuesday, July 4th.

Mayor Jess Alumbaugh explained, “We want to bring the celebration to the people directly on the day the whole country is celebrating its independence.”

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