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.
The City of Marion will be accepting applications through Friday, December 30th for the following position:
Citywide Maintenance is seeking applicants for a full-time laborer position.
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.
The regular meeting of the Marion Common Council scheduled for TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. is being cancelled due to a lack of a quorum. The next regular meeting of the Marion Common Council is scheduled for TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Citywide Maintenance Superintendent Exits after One Year to Serve Fallen Veterans and their FamiliesSubmitted by admin on Fri, 12/16/2016 - 16:10
MARION, IN: (Dec. 16th, 2016) – The Superintendent of the city’s streets will be leaving his position to return to serving fallen veterans and their families. Citywide Maintenance Superintendent James Loftis accepted an opportunity at Marion National Cemetery to serve as a caretaker technician and support administrator for families during the burial process of their beloved veteran.
“Being a veteran, serving veterans’ families is a sense of accomplishment…to make them feel warm during that dark time. It’s their darkest day, and I want to make that last day fulfilling,” explained Loftis.
MARION, IN: (Dec. 9th, 2016) – Leaf pickup in Marion is winding down and will run one final week next week. A new leaf pickup method was implemented this year to save approximately $40,000 in costs to upkeep old equipment, which according to the Citywide Maintenance Department, was becoming a costly and antiquated system. The new method requires residents to bag leaves in paper bags as opposed to simply raking them to the curb. Residents were also encouraged to mulch their leaves to nourish the soil if they have the means.
On May 7th, 2016, Officer Leland Smith responded to an emergency call/ambulance assist at a residence located in 1700 block of S. Branson St. Dispatch stated the caller said "something heavy had fallen on his father.” Upon his arrival, he reported he saw several people in the rear of the residence including small children and adults. Officer Smith ran to them and observed a white Jeep with no wheels. Someone yelled that it was crushing someone, and he ran to the Jeep.