MARION — Chief Brian Jackvony and the Marion Fire Department would like to announce that the State Open Burning Season will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and run through Friday, May 1.
Town Administrator James McGrail and Town Planner Gil Hilario are pleased to share that a public session gathering input on the Route 6 corridor design will be held next month.
Town Administrator James McGrail and Town Clerk Elizabeth Magauran would like to encourage all Marion residents to participate in both the Marion Annual Street Listing and the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census.
Fire Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department has received a $3,240 Firefighter Turnout Gear Grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and the Department of Fire Services (DFS). The department will be able to purchase protective hoods and gloves for personal protection during firefighting operations.
Town Administrator James McGrail, Director of Recreation Jody Dickerson and Council on Aging Director Karen Gregory are pleased to share that Marion’s Festival of Trees event will take place this weekend.
Town of Marion Exploring Options for Leaving Carver Marion Wareham Regional Refuse Disposal District
Town Administrator James McGrail reports that the Town of Marion is currently exploring two options relating to leaving the Carver Marion Wareham Regional Refuse Disposal District (CMW).
Town Administrator James McGrail is pleased to announce that Marion will hold a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event this month.
Marion Veterans Agent Barry Denham is pleased to announce that an emergency fund has been established to further assist veterans and their spouses in times of need.
Town Administrator James McGrail is pleased to announce that Marion has appointed Elizabeth Magauran as the new Town Clerk.
Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department was awarded a $152,398 grant to fund the recruitment and retention of call firefighters.