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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 21, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
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«Éh Southwest Mchii^ P)(% Ihat al a Me '* ówr mkhray through a two-year transMonal agreement MAEDA is beginning the process o( hMng a new CEO who wM report to the MAEDA board chair. The organizaron wM continiie to oontTKt wtto Southwest MtaNgan RrM for economic development and busineee cdtraction services and wM continue to focus on making its 'Vvhy* statement a realily each and every day for the community: ‘MAEDA beieves'that fadftating job growth, while leveragfog ^isaets
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At Its Nov. 16 meeing, the Marshal City Councfl approved dty staff's request to apply for a Rental Rehabifitation Qrarff through the *' Mkhigan Stato Housing Devefopment Autoority for seven apartments to be revamped in three buikSngs in downtown Marshal. MIe an tookk^ A over $400,000 ot investmert dowrlown,'which is a good deal,'said Assistant Cly Manager and Coninwtl^ Services Director Netale Oeen. i'm leely glad we hsMs owilan who aae that trwast-erf In our downtown.*^- - ‘"a
ontothpCajhotmCoun^yt -ConaobJalBd Dtspalch Auttioiihr Gtowning Board, reported that Exscutivs Director Jeff . Troysr accepted a job otter witoKafemazoo -County, which iacunenttylooMng at conaolda-tkxi etforts. Troyer wB begin his new postton in 60 days. “They wtt get an awMy good dbector.’ WMarns said.'Kalatnaioo said they are looidng to work more colaborallvety w#i Cafooun County, so I asked Jel could vs do a dua dkec-lofanip, to I tnmk intft tt tome postExwy thare~.Wte wtt have to dackJe vdiat we are going
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Marshal DteSricl Ubraty is Shearing into a new chapter as the Marshal oomrounlty's resource for informaion. teaming and recreation. Marshal District Ubraty wd be closed tor tettovattons Irom Dec. 17-Jan. 3. Thte «N be ffie lirsi time toe Marshal Dietrict Library has been renovated since I waa bull at ite cunent tocation in 1907. SaeMoryonpageStt
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Ci*s the cotOTB of the seasons turn from yeNow and gold to red and green, Christmas deoorations'are going up throughout town and Mom is trying to find Aunt Thelma's famous pumpkin pie rec^ in time for Thartksgiving. Some children are thinking about iwhat to mdude m their letters to Santa, whHe others are preparing for the school hok-day play. However, for those less fortunate, this time of year is not fWed with 'visions of sugar plums.' But if MACS has £Uiything to say about it, ev^ Marshall household will have something under the tree on Christmas morning. Organization leiKiers say to volunteers like Mario Caserez arxj Lirxla Browneil arxf other donors from the community, thanks for Qnnng. Seeslory
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