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|Public Hearing regarding an amendment to the Marion Code of Ordinances establishing Chapter 176.53 Marion Municipal Airport Land Use and Height Overlay Zoning. (continued from Sept. 5, 2019)||Public Hearing||Sept. 19, 2019||Community Development||Tom Treharne|
|Public Hearing regarding a rezoning request from R-5, Moderate Density Multiple Family Residential to PD-R, Planned Development Residential located at 356 and 376 9th Street and Lot 4, Block 42 Original Town, Marion, Iowa.||Public Hearing||Sept. 19, 2019||Community Development||Tom Treharne|
|The Marion Public Library has issued a request for qualifications from construction management firms to advise on the New Library Building. The library seeks general preconstruction services including assistance with phasing, estimating, procurement of competitive bids, construction phase administration, quality control and on-site monitoring of construction progress. View the RFQ. Mandatory pre-submittal conference scheduled for 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 9.||Request for Qualifications||Sept. 20, 2019||Marion Public Library||Hollie Trenary|
|Ordinance No. 19-19 amending Chapter 99 of the Sanitary Sewer Ordinance increasing monthly domestic and industrial user charges from $2.30 to $3.80 and reducing the service charge from $8.00 to $2.00.
||Rate Increase||Public Services||Ryan Miller|
|Ordinance No. 19-18 amending Chapter 105 of the Solid Waste Ordinance and establishing monthly collection fees at $15.50, extra bag tags at $2.50 and special collection rates at $40.00.||Rate Increase||Public Services||
|Public Meeting||September 10, 2019||Community Development||David Hockett|
|Small Wireless Facility Design and Review Guideline Policy - provides aesthetic requirements and other specifications and reasonable conditions that small wireless facilities installed within the public ROW must meet prior to installation and following installation within the City.
||Policy|| April 11, 2019
|| Engineering Department
|| Mike Barkalow
GovDeals is the place to bid on government surplus and unclaimed property including heavy equipment, cars, trucks, office equipment and so much more. Each participating agency has its own auction rules and regulations and may be subject to government ordinances. Find items the City of Marion is looking to dispose of via www.govdeals.com/CityofMarionIA.