Council sends marijuana ordinance to attorney

September 7, 2017

By John Raffel

The Marion Village Council voted to send a sample ordinance on medical marijuana to its attorney for an opinion at Tuesday’s monthly council meeting.

Depending on the information received from its attorney, the council will then later work on the ordinance.

A proposal was presented that persons filling swimming pools from their own faucet wouldn’t be charged for sewer rates for the number of gallons put into the pool. No action was taken. The council might take action as its next meeting.

The council confirmed that it would install 35 miles per hour speed signs on the Main Street from the east side to the west side.

Clerk Marsha Turner indicated there are various other signs with different MPH limits in place.

“It depends on which block you’re in,” she said. “Now it will be 35 all the way through.”

The council also voted to put a light in the northeast corner of the shower room at Veterans Memorial Park.
The council is working on a water master plan, Turner added.

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