Election 2013 | Marysville/Union County

Two levies, three school board seats on ballot

Marysville voters will see a Nov. 5 ballot that includes a school levy, a library levy, three city charter amendments and a contested race for three school board seats.

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Marysville voters will decide three charter amendments

Marysville residents will vote on three proposed changes to the city charter Nov. 5.

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Change would return council-manager form of government

In December 2011, Mayor John Gore told ThisWeek Marysville he wanted to change the form of government in Marysville. In a few months, residents will get their say on the idea.

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Levy would maintain programs, add Sunday hours

The new director of the Marysville Public Library has a big task on his to-do list: Pass a levy.

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Smith, Luke tout backgrounds in education

Four candidates are vying for three spots on the Marysville Board of Education on Nov. 5.

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School board seeks 6.56-mill renewal levy Nov. 5

The Marysville Board of Education met in special session Aug. 6 in order to meet the Aug. 7 filing deadline for placing a 6.56-mill renewal levy on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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Library seeks levy to support programs, restore hours

The Marysville Public Library will ask voters to approve a 1.5-mill levy in November that officials say would maintain programs and services and allow the library to restore hours that were cut because of a lack of funding.

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Meeting will deal with charter amendment

Marysville City Council will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 1 to hear a recommendation from the Charter Review Board to put an amendment to the city charter on the November ballot.

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