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City of Marshfield and Marshfield Clinic Tax Talks Unfruitful, Still Ongoing

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) - The City of Marshfield issued an update on the ongoing tax dispute between the City and Marshfield Clinic. It was reported...

City Administrator Recommends One out of Three New Positions to Council for 2022

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) - City Administrator Steve Barg and his constituents put together a 219-page document detailing the City's proposed budget for 2022. Included in...

FBP Discusses Change in Application Process for 2022 City Assessor

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – During Tuesday’s meeting, the City of Marshfield Finance, Budget, and Personnel Committee received an update from City Administrator Steve Barg...

City Staff Addresses Marshfield Mayor’s Radio Comments

Marshfield Mayor Bob McManus Addresses Criminal Investigation During Radio Interview During an interview with WDLB Insight host Jeff Cannon, Mayor Bob McManus addressed recent reports...

Public Hearing Taking Place Tonight on Proposed 2019 City Budget

The first City of Marshfield public hearing for the 2019 proposed budget will take place tonight at the new City Hall, 207 W 6th...

Council Split on Raising Taxes, Mayor Breaks Tie

Second Budget Meeting Results in Tax Increase On Monday evening, City of Marshfield Common Council continued discussion about the 2019 Proposed Budget. (Read more general information...

Mayor Addresses Budget, Parking, and Ethics at Press Conference

At the Mayor and City Administrator’s press conference Wednesday, discussion included School District parking concerns, the City budget, Second Street corridor, HSA’s, and ethics...

City Discusses 2019 Budget at First Budget Meeting Tonight

The City of Marshfield has released the proposed 2019 City budget, which will be presented and discussed at the Council’s first budget meeting tonight at...

Finance Committee Denies Funding for West 2nd Street Corridor Study

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKVLTVFAvcU] A motion to transfer $30,000 from an expired revolving loan fund to the Economic Development Board failed for lack of a second at...

City to Test Using Planters in Median of Central Ave. in Downtown

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQWEtxjsKFY] City Communicates OnFocus - The Board of Public Works approved a trial run for this summer to place planters along the median strip...
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