MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail, Fire Chief Brian Jackvony and Police Chief John Garcia are encouraging residents to take a series of precautions in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Health would like to provide information and precautionary measures regarding mosquitoes as Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) season approaches.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Selectmen announce that a virtual pre-Town Meeting event will be held for residents prior to the Annual Town Meeting.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Selectmen would like to provide residents with several important details about the upcoming Annual Town Meeting and Town Election, and the new procedures that will be implemented to help protect the health of residents who attend.
Marion Council on Aging Shares Plans to Resume Transportation Services, Available Community Food Resources
MARION — Marion Council on Aging (COA) Director Karen Gregory is pleased to share that the COA will begin to resume offering limited services to residents as the state begins to see a decrease in the number of COVID-19 cases.
MARION — Marion officials wish to share information about Gov. Charlie Baker’s four-phase approach for reopening the state and the mandatory guidelines for businesses allowed to reopen over the next week.
MARION — Town Administrator Jay McGrail, the Marion Board of Selectmen and the Marion Police Department are pleased to announce that Marion Police Lt. Richard Nighelli has been selected to be the town’s new police chief come January.
MARION — The Marion Board of Health announces that it will hold an informational webinar to discuss nitrogen-reducing septic systems and why a new regulation is being considered to reduce new sources of nitrogen to Marion’s coastal waters.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Town Clerk Elizabeth Magauran wish to encourage residents to vote early in the Marion Town Election and would like to provide information regarding how residents’ mailed-in votes are safeguarded.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and the Marion Board of Health would like provide residents with an update on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Marion.