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2015/03/29 08:24
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Majority of Marietta city council favors term limit referendum MARIETTA — After nearly a month-long debate among city officials, residents of Marietta may have a chance to voice their opinions over...
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2015/03/28 07:48
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Two weeks ago, city officials attended a demonstration of the Dura Patcher, a machine that is widely used throughout the state to repair potholes, alligator cracks and more. The materials mixed by...
2015/03/28 07:48
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Many of the road projects that will occur throughout the city and county are paving and resurfacing, but there is also a road realignment, culvert replacements/repairs and Safe Routes to School that...
2015/03/27 22:02
2015/03/27 22:02
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Updated: 3/27/2015 5:15 P.M. A three-year old suit against the city of Parkersburg remains in circuit court. Judge Jeff Reed Friday dismissed a request for the case to be taken up by the civil...
2015/03/27 06:48
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In a perfect world, storm drains quickly whisk the water away, but several drainage issues throughout the city have created pockets where water sits for days, destabilizing the surrounding...
2015/03/26 09:24
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MARIETTA — The topic of term limits for the mayor and City Council advanced out of committee Wednesday. During the city’s Judicial/Legislative Committee meeting, the committee voted to move forward...
2015/03/26 05:48
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Though the routes of the Industrial Heartland Trails have not been mapped out, it is decided that the trail will have a starting point in Parkersburg, and will connect to Morgantown, Pittsburgh,...
2015/03/25 07:48
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The discussion ensued after city engineer Joe Tucker gave council a nearly $800,000 estimate for replacing the heating and air conditioning system in the building, which currently houses the city...
2015/03/24 07:48
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James A. Meagle Jr., 69, of Marietta, Ohio, passed away Sunday, March 22, 2015, at his home surrounded by his loving family. Jim was born Sept. 16, 1945, in Norfolk, Va., to the late James A. and...
2015/03/23 05:26
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A crew in the Williston Basin, which contains billions of barrels of oil—enough to supply the country for years, if it can be safely extracted. The boom, one resident said, has brought “free...
2015/03/21 08:24
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Mayor Tumlin: Refinancing will save residents $1.275 million MARIETTA — The city of Marietta completed the refinancing of part of its 2009 parks and recreation bond Thursday, which Mayor Steve Tumlin...
2015/03/21 04:42
2015/03/21 04:42
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Local businessman and former city councilman Tom Joyce filed precandidacy papers with the Parkersburg city clerk's office on March 2 to run for mayor. Joyce, a Republican, told me he hopes to kick...
2015/03/20 19:48
2015/03/20 19:48
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... like to welcome everyone from Reno," council president Josh Schlicher began the meeting, which included around three dozen audience members. Reno residents and members of board of the Reno...
2015/03/20 08:24
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Kelly talks term limits, renovations during town hall City Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly discussed the issue of term limits and its impact on Marietta’s City Council and provided residents with...
2015/03/18 15:02
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Reno relies on water from the Reno Water Company, which comes from the city of Marietta. Next month rates are set to spike by 45% and the community isn't happy about it. Reno Water Board member,...
2015/03/17 08:24
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Marietta Mayor Tumlin to ask for a 2016 term limit advisory referendum MARIETTA — Mayor Steve Tumlin wants residents to decide whether to impose term limits on the mayor and City Council. On...
2015/03/17 08:24
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Atlanta Road purchase OK’d: Divided Smyrna City Council votes 3-2 in favor of $1.8M historic home acquisition Monday A divided Smyrna City Council approved spending $1.8 million to purchase a...
2015/03/17 07:48
2015/03/17 07:48
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Spurred by complaints about the boat listing and possibly taking on water, city administrators and council members began discussions last week about evicting the boat from its current mooring along...
2015/03/17 07:48
2015/03/17 07:48
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Plotted as alleys by ye olde city planners but never paved, graveled or even filled with dirt, they are now essentially 10-feet-wide city rights-of-way stretching across backyards, and covered with...
2015/03/16 08:36
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MARIETTA — Two residential developments in Marietta, the former Boston Homes site and Wynhaven, are well on the way to starting construction, and Councilman Johnny Walker said the homes are exactly...
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