Council Committees to Discuss Building Transfer, Pension Contributions

The Marion City Council Finance and Legislation, Codes, and Regulations Committees will meet on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. They will discuss the transfer of an old school building to a youth organization, pension contributions, a new liquor permit, and more.

Finance Committee meets at 6:30pm to discuss:

  • Passing through the ownership of the former Oak Street Elementary building from the Marion City School District to the Boys & Girls Club of Marion County. The building was most recently used for several school administration offices and was called the Lincoln Center. Those offices were consolidated with other administration offices and are now housed at Grant Middle School. The Boys & Girls Club plan to use the building to expand their mission for the youth of Marion County.
  • Pension Pick-Up Plans for the pensions for dispatch and fire department employees.
  • Various fund adjustments.

Legislation, Codes, and Regulations Committee will meet at 6:40pm to discuss a new liquor permit for U Roll It Tobacco LLC, dba U Roll It, located at 1315 Delaware Avenue in Marion.

Marion City Council Committees meet on the second floor of City Hall and all meetings are open to the public.

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