On Saturday, Sept. 14, beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing through noon, the Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting a community walk.
The walk will start at the NMU Jacobetti Complex, proceed north on the multi-use path, crossing Hawley Street and proceeding to Presque Isle and then returning along the same route.
The walk is to occur exclusively on the on the multi-use path and participants are to follow the rules of the road, however the public is asked to be aware of and be considerate toward people crossing the street.
Effective Monday, Sept. 9, the Presque Isle Marina and Presque Isle boat launch will be closed for construction of the new docks. The marina will be closed until the completion of the project. The launch will be intermittently closed for demolition of the piers and installation of the new docks. The project is anticipated to be complete in early November 2019. During this time anyone wishing to launch on Lake Superior in Marquette should use the launch at the Cinder Pond Marina in the Lower Harbor.
This project is funded through a grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Waterways Commission with a 50 percent City match.
The Power of Words Mural is officially underway in the City of Marquette. This mural taking shape on the corner of Ohio and Third Streets in downtown Marquette is part of the Power of Words Project. The Power of Words Project is a mural campaign that brings words to life with transformative works of public art. The people of Marquette have raised thousands of dollars partnering with an MEDC Patronicity grant to host this collaborative project, as well as choosing the word, Natural, to describe our community.
Award-winning American artist Mia Tavonatti, accompanied by professional mural team member Sharon Maldonado, will work alongside local artists Emmalene Oysti, Sabrina Langdon, Michele Tuccini, Michelle Earle, Shannon Taylor (NMU Student) and Sari Nomura (NMU Student). The mural is expected to be finished by the end of September. Feel free to stop by and greet the artist and follow the progress of this extraordinary project. The team will be onsite from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
For more information or interview inquiries contact Mia Tavonatti at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 500-9899.
A 457 Deferred Compensation Plan allows public employees to defer some of their current income. These contributions and earnings grow tax-free until they are withdrawn. Distributions can be taken when you leave City employment or the year you reach age 70½, if still employed. This plan is open to all full-time and regular part-time employees of the City of Marquette.
A 457 Deferred Compensation Plan Information Day has been scheduled, to give you the opportunity to meet with financial advisors from the following authorized vendors:
Nationwide Retirement Solutions…………… Christopher Minkin
Valic……………………………………………… Paul Storm / Craig Storm
FTJ FundChoice Retirement………………… Daniel Emmendorfer
ICMA-RC……………………………………………………………. Bill Jordan
WHEN: October 2, 2019
WHERE: City Hall, Baraga Gym
TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Representatives will meet with you to enroll you in a plan, or if you are already a participant, to discuss your investment options and any changes you may wish to make. You direct which fund(s) to invest in, and taxes on earnings are deferred until the funds are withdrawn. Saving is made simple by authorizing an automatic pre-tax deduction from your paycheck.
This is the only time this year representatives will be here at the City of Marquette. Appointments must be scheduled through Human Resources. Appointments are limited to 15 minutes per employee. If you need a longer appointment, please schedule the appointment outside of your work hours.
Ava Larson will begin her internship at the Arts & Culture Office on September 4th through May 26. Ava is a senior at Marquette Senior High School and she plans on attending Northern Michigan University next fall. Ava’s internship is through MARESA and she will be working 10 hours a week learning marketing and promotions, exhibit installation, and basic office administration under the supervision of Community Service Manager, Tiina Harris.
Marquette City Manager Mike Angeli will hold his next community office hours on Wednesday, September 11, from 10 a.m. to noon in the main floor conference room of the Peter White Public Library. The meeting is intended to provide an informal opportunity to discuss issues within the community, and to give citizens the opportunity for direct dialogue with City staff about interests and concerns.
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1 week ago
The Marquette Police Department would like to remind cititzens of the Fireworks ordinance adopted by the City of Marquette. See the attached ordinance below:
Sec. 26-88. - Fireworks.
(a)Purpose. An ordinance to provide for the regulation of the ignition, discharge and use of consumer fireworks, as allowed under the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, MCL 28.451 et seq., as amended.(b)Definitions. As used in this section, the following terms shall be defined as follows:
APA Standard 87-1 means 2001 APA Standard 87-1, Standard for Construction and Approval for Transportation of Fireworks, Novelties, and Theatrical Pyrotechnics, published by the American Pyrotechnics Association of Bethesda, Maryland.
Consumer fireworks means fireworks devices that are designed to produce visible effects by combustion, that are required to comply with the construction, chemical composition, and labeling regulations promulgated by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission under 16 CFR Parts 1500 and 1507, and that are listed in APA Standard 87-1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, or 3.5. Consumer fireworks does not include low-impact fireworks.
Fireworks means any composition or device, except for a starting pistol, a flare gun, or a flare, designed for the purpose of producing a visible or audible effect by combustion, deflagration, or detonation. Fireworks consist of consumer fireworks, low-impact fireworks, articles pyrotechnic, display fireworks, and special effects.
Low-impact fireworks means ground and handheld sparkling devices as that phrase is defined under APA Standard 87-1, 3.1, 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168, and 3.5.
Minor means an individual who is less than 18 years of age.
(c)Use of consumer fireworks prohibited.(1)A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks at any time other than permitted hours, as listed below:
a.December 31: From 11:00 a.m. until 11:59 p.m.
b.January 1: From midnight until 1:00 a.m.
c.The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Memorial Day: From 11 a.m. until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days.
d.June 29 to July 4: From 11:00 a.m. until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days.
e.July 5, if that date is a Friday or Saturday: From 11:00 a.m. until 11:45 p.m.f.The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Labor Day: From 11:00 a.m. until 11:45 p.m. on each of those days.
(d)Safety. No person shall recklessly endanger the life, health, safety or well-being of any person by the ignition, discharge, or use of consumer fireworks.
(e)Use of alcohol or controlled substances and fireworks prohibited. No person shall discharge, ignite or use fireworks while under the influence of alcoholic liquor, a controlled substance, or a combination of alcoholic liquor and a controlled substance, consistent with the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act.
(f)Possession of consumer fireworks by minor prohibited. A minor shall not possess consumer fireworks. Consumer fireworks shall not be sold to a minor. Age verification shall be made by checking a driver's license or another form of acceptable identification, pursuant to the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act.
(g)Permissible locations. A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks on public property, school property, church property, or the property of another person without express permission from that organization or person to use those fireworks on those premises at that time.
(h)Determination of violation; seizure. If a police officer determines that a violation of this section has occurred, the officer may seize the consumer fireworks as evidence of the violation.
(i)Violation and penalties.
(1)A violation of this section is a civil infraction punishable by a fine of $1,000.00 for each violation. In accordance with MCL 28.457
(3), $500.00 of this fine will be remitted to the Marquette City Police Department for enforcement of this section.
(2)In addition to a civil infraction, fines and penalties stated within the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act may be imposed.
(3)Following final disposition of a finding of responsibility for violating this section, the city may dispose of or destroy any consumer fireworks retained as evidence in that prosecution. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
the Children's Museum has ONLY $1830 to raise with 11 more days to reach our $5000 goal to be matched by the MEDC with another $5000, this wonderful money will help us get through this rough time. We'll do it with YOUR help. It's all about love and we love you!! PS GRUMPY the Bearded Dragon has a special offer for you which we'll tell you about tomorrow... he may be Grumpy but he's also an artist. Just click on this link to make a donation.... www.patronicity.com/project/the_up_childrens_museum__its_all_about_love#!/ ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline PhotosThe physical Downtown Marquette Farmers Market will re-open Saturday, July 4th! Due to relaxed social distancing guidelines, we are thrilled to be able to take this step. We will be providing you with important information to ensure a safe re-opening over the next few weeks. The Online Marketplace has been a great success in providing local food to our community during a health crisis. We do plan to bring this valuable resource back as needed, and hopefully welcome it as part of our regular market season in the future.
An official press release will be issued next week with full details, but here are some of the main highlights for now:
🥕The last Online Marketplace pick up will be Saturday June 20.
🥕There will be no market Saturday June 27 as our staff and vendors prepare for this transition.
🥕Customer behavior and guidelines to ensure a safe shopping experience will be provided and shared with you shortly. There are social distancing guidelines and behaviors that our vendors and customers will be expected to follow. Stay tuned for information intended to ensure a safe shopping experience.
🥕The market experience will be different! Until further notice, music, special events and children’s activities will be suspended. There will also be no product sampling or cooking demonstrations for the time being.
🥕The number of vendors will be limited to allow proper social distancing. We will be sure to let you know what vendors are participating with the market each week.
We are incredibly grateful for your continued support of the Downtown Marquette Farmers Market and our local growers and producers. Thank you!💚🧡💛 ... See MoreSee Less
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