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City Hall makeover coming soon

April 24, 2013

The renovation of Marietta's city hall, currently in the planning stage, is expected to begin late this year, according to a discussion during a meeting of city council's lands, buildings and parks......

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sagacity

Apr-24-13 8:21 AM

This will cost each man, woman and child in Marietta $129.00. This money is being borrowed which means you will also be paying the interest and service on the loan. It is YOUR money folks. Do you approve?

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smokehouse

Apr-24-13 9:59 AM

Parrothead is right on the money. City council is to stupid to know this is how to lose money without trying. Still no business plan for the Armory.

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wps3417

Apr-24-13 10:44 AM

Dear council, it is a part time job. You already have a name plate, insurance, and a notebook. It is enough! No council chambers and fancy makeovers are needed here. Fix the roof...end of story.

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BeRight

Apr-24-13 4:58 PM

THANKS Citizens fr Responsiple Government for stopping the construction of a new City Hall that would have covered both of these projects for less than the cost of the Municipal Court renovation and would have been paid for by now.

Marietta is lucky to have such forward thinkers as you to waste our tax dollars.

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BeRight

Apr-24-13 5:00 PM

I forgot to give credit to my last post to Parrothead!

100% in agreement.

I hope the guys who bought that old building downtown to block the new City Hall get stuck with the for year upon year.

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irisheyes

Apr-24-13 9:46 PM

Exellent forward thinking from mayor joe matthews and his visionary democratic city council! Another job well done! Keep up the good work!

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Lester

Apr-26-13 8:41 AM

As I recall, the CRG sponsored the moratorium, but we the voters passed it. Please don't give them all the credit for stopping that monstrosity -- we voters with at least half a brain (obviously excludes birdbrain and idioteyes)deserve some credit too!

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