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Marion, Lauderdale County Hazard Mitigation Plan

On November 15, 2022 at 8:00a.m, the Board of Mayor and Commissioners will hold a meeting to adopt the MEMA District 6 Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan which includes the Town of Marion, Lauderdale County and all of its incorporated municipalities, as well as several other neighboring counties. This plan is intended to help protect the citizens of the Town of Marion and reduce any risk to hazards.


The plan is available for public review at Town Hall and click the link below to view online.

MEMA District 6 Hazard Mitigation Plan 07.2022 update
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October 21, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Town of Marion to host Public Forum

Marion, Mississippi


The Town of Marion, Mayor Larry Gill, and the Board of Aldermen invite you to attend a community Public Forum “Discussion – Question and Answer,” on Thursday, October 27th.

The forum will be held from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Hamasa Temple Shrine building at 5516 Dale Dr, Marion, MS 39342. Attendees will be informed about the current rate increases for the town of Marion’s water and garbage services.

All citizens, business owners, and residents of the town of Marion are encouraged to attend this informative public forum.

“It is important that we have a conversation with our citizens to reveal the facts as it relates to these adjustments and increases with our water and garbage rates,” stated Mayor Larry Gill. “As always, we strive to operate in the best interest of our citizens and ensure they are well informed. We campaigned on transparency and planned to hold true to that in every instance, including this one.”

For more information regarding this Public Form meeting, please visit www.marionms.org.

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As we all head out for the Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to remind you all of why we have this holiday. It is to recognize, honor, remember, and show gratitude for those who have sacrificed all for our freedoms. Please be sure to give your respect and kindness to their memory.


We also ask that you all please be safe while having fun.

The Marion Town Hall and Water Department will be closed on Monday, May 30th to observe the Memorial Day Holiday while allowing our hardworking team to have a day off to pay their respects as well.

In case of an emergency, dial 911. For non-emergency feel free to email us mariontownhall@ymail.com or call to leave a message at (601) 483-9573.

Thank you all and have a blessed Memorial Day. See you back here on Tuesday, May 31st.



Sincerely,

Mayor Larry Gill & Marion Town Hall





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