Marysville touts new city hall, upgraded community center

As the construction of the new Marysville City hall gets underway, Marysville officials say they a potential buyer for the current city hall building. City Council earlier this year voted in favor of a $2.1 million dollar new city hall building to be built next to the Police and Fire halls just south of the current city hall building on Delaware Avenue in Marysville. Mayor Dan Damman, speaking to WPHM Friday, calls it a “bare bones” city hall that is a scaled back version of a “Municipal Campus” that voters turned down a few years back. Damman also says the finishing touches are being put on the newly re-done community center in Marysville Park, which now house Recreation Department offices and is available for rental and community programs. The renovations to the Community Center totaled about $300,000.