Marion City Council to Retroactively Appoint Six to Library Board

Marion City Council to Retroactively Appoint Six to Library Board

MARION – The Marion City Council is expected to retroactively reappoint six people to the Marion Carnegie Library Board for three year terms during tonight’s 6:30 meeting at City Hall on Tower Square.

According to the meeting agenda, terms for Andrew Wilson, Kimberly Walker and Jon Musgrave expire in 2021 and terms for Andrea Bradley, Dr. John O’Keefe and Megan Tate expire in 2022.

The council is also expected to hire Victoria Sellars as an administrative assistant and Madelyn Short as a librarian.

In other business, the council is expected to approve the reappointment of Ashley Olsen to the Williamson County Joint Emergency Telephone Services Board of Trustees for a three year term, and approve and agreement with IDOT for preliminary engineering services for a sidewalk from State St. to Fair St. along Route 13. The city will use Clarida Zeigler Engineering at an estimated cost of $15,738.54. The city is responsible for 20 percent at a cost of $3,147.70.

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