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New city attorney sends first bill

Although no contract has been drawn up for city attorney work by Brian Bina and his associates, the city paid $690 for the Marion and McPherson law firm’s work Nov. 22 to Dec. 3.

The firm charged $15 to send a Nov. 22 email to city administrator Roger Holter; $60 to attend a Nov. 30 city council meeting; $300 to review letters to and from Josh Boehm, who represents Marion residents Kari and Ryan Newell in a legal dispute over accessible downtown parking; $75 to consult with Holter; $90 to review a real estate contract; and $150 to draft ordinances for sale of water.

Last modified Dec. 16, 2021