Complimentary parking available on Election Day

Voters in City of Marquette Precincts 1, 2 and 3 will cast ballots in the Baraga Gym, located at 300 W. Baraga Ave.

Parking for these voters will be available in several locations, as follows:

  • Upper parking lot at the corner of Fourth Street and Baraga Avenue
  • Lower parking lot at the corner of Fifth Street and Baraga Avenue
  • Street parking along the 300 block of West Spring Street
  • Street parking along the 300 block of West Baraga Avenue (free for voters)

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DDA work session planned

The Marquette Downtown Development Authority (DDA) will hold a work session on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. at the Marquette Commons, 112 South Third Street, Marquette, MI. The purpose of the work session is to meet with and receive and update from the Branding Consultants, Arnett, Muldrow & Associates.

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Traffic disruptions likely during soil boring

Beginning Monday, Nov. 5, various areas in the City of Marquette will experience traffic disruptions due to soil boring operations. Tri Media Consultants will be performing soil boring sampling for future street reconstruction projects. The public is advised to use caution when traveling through these areas and be aware of all flagging and traffic control. Work will be continuing throughout the week at the following dates and locations:

Monday, Nov. 5

  • Kaye Avenue from Presque Isle Avenue to Third Street
  • Front Street from Park Street to Magnetic Street
  • Front Street from Ohio Street to Hewitt Avenue
  • Front Street from Arch Street to Michigan Street
  • Altamont Street from McMillan Street to Blemhuber Avenue

Tuesday, Nov. 6

  • Park Street from Lee Street to Fourth Street
  • Coast Guard Road from Arch Street to Michigan Street
  • Arch Street from Coast Guard Road to Lakeshore Boulevard

Wednesday, Nov. 7

  • Third Street from Baraga Avenue to Fisher Street

Be advised that the weather may delay these operations until the next available day.

 

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November 2018

I’m writing this with two days left in October and, by the time that you read this, October will be behind us. So I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the last two months (especially October) were good for us. I pay special attention to these two months for two reasons. First, everyone is back in school and, second, the weather (which relates back to the first).
The impact of roughly 3,000 public school and 10,000 NMU students is noticeable in several ways. Mostly good, but with the caveat that we really want everyone to be safe. Not only safe while traveling and learning, but also safe while recreating. Which brings me back to me second point, the weather.
Last years month of October brought a very violent storm to the area that hit around the third week. Not only did it cause extensive damage to several areas, including our shoreline, it also took two lives. Although not students, the two were visitors to the area who couldn’t resist the lure of watching the big waves on Lake Superior caused by that storm. There were also other “close calls” reported where people could have just as easily been injured or lost their own lives.
Marquette is a beautiful place to be in the fall. Even after the leaves have turned and fallen, there’s still the lake that can put on a pretty good show when the weather is right, and it’s not just limited to October. In 1975, November brought the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald and the rest of the winter can often bring strong winds and weather. My point is that I’d like everyone to enjoy our splendid beauty but do so with some caution (and common sense) especially when close to Lake Superior.

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A work session has been scheduled for Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. between the City Commission and Planning Commission to discuss the recommended Land Development Code (LDC) amendments regarding recreational marijuana licenses. The City Commission approved an ordinance in October allowing recreational licenses in the City and the Planning Commission has held four work sessions to discuss how to accommodate these licenses into the LDC.

The Planning Commission approved the recommendations after a public hearing held at their meeting on Jan. 7.

For the full text of these recommendations, as well as illustrative maps and a breakdown of the full public process regarding this topic, please visit marquettemi.gov/marijuana.
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The City of Marquette has a part-time position available for a Clerical Aide/Election Support in the Clerk’s Office. This position averages up to 29 hours per week. Must be available to work a flexible schedule Monday through Friday. The hiring rate is $10.75 /hr and includes paid time-off benefit. Applicant must have previous office experience, good customer service skills, be proficient in Word & Excel and type 40 wpm.

Applications and a job description are available at www.marquettemi.gov or in the Human Resources Office located at 300 W. Baraga Ave. Applications will be accepted through January 24, 2020. EOE
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Contact Info

City Hall:

+1 906-228-0435

300 W. Baraga Ave., Marquette, MI 49855

Municipal Service Center:

+1 906-228-0444

1100 Wright St., Marquette, MI 49855

Tourist Park Reservations:

+1 906-228-0465

 

Hours

City Hall:

M-F: 8 am - 5 pm

Municipal Service Center:

M-F: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday

Police and Fire on duty 24/7

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