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Marion introduces Kim Downs as deputy city manager

The City of Marion has announced Kim Downs as its new deputy city manager, effective Sep. 6. According to a news release, Ms. Downs comes...

Video: Committee to share findings of Indian Creek master plan study

Creekside Pride, an initiative that surfaced in 2018 through the Marion Chamber-led community visioning process known as ImagiNEXT, recently secured $40,000 in funding from...
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Marion City Council approves support for tax credit application for former historic church

UPDATE: At a special session June 30, the Marion City Council approved an initial financial commitment and Resolution of Support for a Workforce Housing...
Bob Sternowski will be the first guest of MEDCO's "Story of" on May 19.

MEDCO launches ‘Story of’ series featuring startups

Twenty years ago Robert Sternowski grew tired of corporate politics and retired from a comfortable aerospace job to grow his own company. He had...
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Marion Economic Development Corporation launches Marion Community Index

The Marion Economic Development Corporation has released the Marion Community Index for the first quarter of 2022. According to a release, the report is informed...

City of Marion introduces Ryan Waller as new city manager

Long-time government official Ryan Waller is the new city manager for the City of Marion, pending formal approval from the Marion City Council, according...

Marion Community Build looking for next home

The Marion Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO) is in search of its next single-family residence to renovate after a successful completion and sale of the...

Nick AbouAssaly is 2018’s Most Influential

Nick AbouAssaly stands among Marion’s Uptown Artway, just one of the many pieces of the city’s recent revitalization. PHOTO BRIAN DRAEGER   By Dave DeWitte dave@corridorbusiness.com CBJ readers’...

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