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No tax increase

A draft of Marion’s 2014 budget was agreed upon at Monday’s City Council meeting. A public hearing was set for 4:30 p.m. Aug. 19.

The draft was revised to include no tax increase. The city substituted the cost of a new backhoe and bucket truck for used.

A previous bond issue will be paid off in 2014. Money used to pay bonds in past years will be used in a street sealing program.

Council also approved funds to begin a “welcome to Marion” sign at U.S. 56 and Eisenhower Road. The city will provide labor and concrete.

The city hopes to begin construction as soon as the ground dries.

Last modified Aug. 7, 2013