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Marion City Planning Commission will hear the following application for a rezoning request on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.  The meeting will be held at Marion City Hall, 2nd Floor, 233 West Center Street, Marion.

Rezone of 255 Barks Road East from an R-1A (Single Family District, Low Density) to a C-2 (Community Shopping District) (Applicant, the Kroger Company).

The full application(s) are available for inspection at the office of Irene Fulton, Clerk of Council; 740-387-4935.

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The City of Marion is requesting proposals for South Greenwood Street Sewer Improvements. South Greenwood Street will be reconstructed from approximately 400' south of Mt. Vernon Ave. to 400' north of Mt. Vernon Ave. The reconstruction will include the following improvements:

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The City of Marion is requesting proposals for East George Street Sewer Improvements. East George Street will be reconstructed between Ballentine Avenue and Jefferson Street. The reconstruction will include the following improvements:

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The City of Marion is requesting proposals for Belmont Street Sewer Improvements. Belmont Street will be reconstructed between South Vine Street and Presidential Drive. The reconstruction will include the following improvements:

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Please take notice that the Marion City Board of Zoning Appeals will hear the following applications for a variance(s) on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.  Meetings will be held at City Hall, 2nd Floor, 233 W. Center St.

Variance from Section 1159.01 - Accessory Structures in Residential Areas for the property known as 454 Summit Street (Applicant, Nancy Sally (owner)/,Todd Hunt)

If you should have any questions on the above matter, contact Clerk of Council @ 740-387-4935.

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A public hearing will be held in conjunction with the third reading of Ordinance(s) 2015-85 which will be at Marion City Council Meeting to be held Monday, December 28, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., Marion City Hall, 233 W. Center St.  The full ordinance is available for inspection at the office of Irene Fulton, Clerk of Council. Also posted on www.marionohio.us/legal-notices

 

 

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Please take notice that the Marion City Board of Zoning Appeals will hear the following application for a Conditional Use Permit on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.  The meeting will be held at Marion City Hall, 2nd Floor, Courtroom No. 1, 233 West Center Street, Marion.

 

Application for a Conditional Use Permit from Section 1143.015 (B) (1) – allows the Board to grant a permit for “Public Utility Substations” in a C-5 District.

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On Tuesday the 20th day of October, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. the Marion Land Bank Program will sell the following parcels of real property:

 

Vacant Lots:      
254 Johnson $ 3,000.00 min bid 12-123000.8400  
298 S. High St. $ 3,500.00 min. bid    
190 Dix $ 1,000.00 min. bid 12-115000.7400 1216/49
364 Milburn $ 1,750.00 min. bid    
399 Toledo $ 1,750.00 min. bid    
       
Structure:      
217 W Center St $40,000.00 min. bid former WIC building  
       
Structures Available for Offfers:  
1069 Schuler $59,875.00 min. bid    
299 Pearl St. $28,195.00 min. bid    

 

The sale will take place in the lobby of Marion City Hall.    Pursuant to the adopted Disposition Guidelines those properties shall not sell for less than the fair market value which is defined in said Guidelines as 67% of the Marion County Auditor's true value for the lot value. Second sales will be at a determined fair market value by competitive bid.  No sale will be made to a transferee that has a property which is tax delinquent in Marion County, Ohio or any other Guideline prohibition as is contained within the Residential Land Transfer Policies. (Guidelines 7/21/09)

The Marion Land Bank was created by an act of City Council in 2008 in order to address the non-productive lands and work to putting these nuisance properties back to productive use for the benefit of Marion’s neighborhoods.

The successful offer will be required to execute the Land Bank Offer to Purchase Agreement on the date of the sale and will be required to pay the successful bid amount in the form of an escrow payment on the same date to the City of Marion, Ohio.  The information contained above and related hereto is believed to be true, but is not a warranty of its accuracy.  Participants are urged to complete their own due diligence and are advised neither the City of Marion, Ohio or its agents make any assurance whatsoever and buyer assumes full and absolute risk associated with the transaction.

 

Sealed bids will be received on the following properties:
380 Chester St. $  500.00 min. bid
232 Oak St. $  500.00 min. bid

 

Any interested party shall place in a sealed envelope the sum they are willing to purchase the aforementioned lot for and deliver said envelope to the Office of the Safety Director located on the 3rd floor of Marion City Hall before noon on the 23rd day of October, 2015.  The envelope must be sealed and contain on the outside in clear legible text the property for which the bid is made.  The enclosed writing shall contain the amount of the bid, the submitter’s printed name, address and contact telephone number.  The highest bidder will be required to execute the City’s purchase contract within 5 days of the bid opening.

City Safety Director Tom Robbins - 740-387-5865
Law Director Mark Russell - 740-387-4956

 

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LEGAL NOTICE

 

ALLEY VACATION REQUEST:   ORDINANCE TO VACATE ONE 12’ WIDE EAST/WEST ALLEY LOCATED NORTH OF 437 WINDSOR ST., (BETWEEN LOT NUMBERS 2568 AND 2569) PURSUANT TO ORC 723.041 RETAINING PERMANENT EASEMENT RIGHTS (Applicant, Greg Darling).

A public hearing will be held in conjunction with the third reading of the Ordinance at the Marion City Council Meeting to be held Monday, October 26, 2015 at 7:30 p.m., Marion City Hall, 233 West Center Street.

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The City requests proposals from qualified licensed brokers to provide consulting and insurance brokerage services for the City's current and future employee benefits, including group medical (includes prescription coverage), dental, vision, life, accidental death and dismemberment, voluntary life, and an employee assistance program (EAP). The City seeks a consultant and broker that is well versed in the benefits market, experienced in advising comparable public agencies and works well with various levels of staff and management.

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