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Marshfield Utilities Presents City with $2 million PILOT Payment

Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) Marshfield Utilities (MU) recently presented the City of Marshfield with their annual PILOT payment and 2018 Dividend check in the amount...

City Aldermen Sworn In

Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) Newly elected City aldermen took the oath of office Tuesday evening at City Hall. These were Nick Poeschel, District 2; Ken Bargender,...

City of Marshfield to Review Ownership of Strohman Park

The City of Marshfield will retain ownership of Strohman Park, a firefighter memorial located next to the old City Hall building at 630 S....
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Melting Snow Clogs City Culverts

Last week’s freezing temperatures turned to a thaw over the weekend, causing snow melt to clog culverts and flood ditches in certain areas to...

City Services Respond to Freezing Temperatures

An arctic blast has swept over Marshfield with a fluctuating wind chill reaching -55 degrees on Wednesday. While the cold has caused schools and...

Residents Express Concern over Residential Firearms Business at Plan Commission

A conditional use request was approved by the City Plan Commission January 15 for an applicant to obtain a federal firearms license and sell...

Hotel Moving Forward Without City Incentives

A hotel development is moving forward even without city incentives. On Tuesday, the Common Council denied the formation of TID #12 which would have granted...

City Alderman Earll Not Seeking Re-Election

After five terms and ten years of service to City, District 4 Alderman Gordy Earll won’t be seeking re-election in April. His many roles include...

City Receives Additional Funding from State

City Administrator Steve Barg informed the Common Council on Monday of additional funds that were made available by the state to offset the loss...

Police Department to Hire Replacement for Deployed Officer

The Finance, Budget, and Personnel Committee approved a request October 16 by the Marshfield Police Department to hire an individual to replace an officer...
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