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.
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 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.
Marion Health Director Karen Walega and Town Administrator James McGrail announce that the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus has been confirmed in mosquitoes tested in Marion.
Town Administrator James McGrail and Old Rochester Community Television (ORCTV) Executive Director Robert Chiarito are pleased to announce that new assisted listening devices have been installed at the Marion Town House for those who are hearing impaired.
Town Administrator James McGrail is pleased to announce the upcoming implementation of the town’s new automated curbside residential trash and recycling pick up program through Waste Management, beginning on Sept. 2.
Town Administrator James McGrail is pleased to announce that shellfishing in Aucoot Cove will be allowed to resume on July 11.
Town Administrator James McGrail and Department of Public Works Director David Willett are pleased to announce that the town is currently working toward acquiring its state-mandated permit for stormwater management, and recently sent state officials the town’s plan to meet the newest permit requirements ahead of schedule.
Town Administrator Paul Dawson is pleased to announce that Katherine Milligan has been hired as Marion’s new Treasurer/Collector and will be starting her new position next month.