Marquette City Manager Bill Vajda Previews Upcoming Marquette City Commission Meeting

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Marquette City Manager Bill Vajda

Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Marquette City Manger Bill Vajda visited the SUNNY Morning Show recently to preview the upcoming meeting of the city commission and remind listeners that the meeting is not on Monday due to a Federal Holiday.

The meeting is being held on Tuesday evening at 7:00 at Commission Chambers at Marquette City Hall because of the Columbus Day Holiday on Monday.

Vajda outlined the high points of the agenda including various appointments and consent agenda items.  He also identified the key sections under consideration under old and new business.

He reminded all to also be aware of a public hearing, scheduled for October 3oth, to discuss a proposal regulating large truck traffic in the City of Marquette.  The meeting will be at City Hall.

LISTEN IN – Marquette City Manager Bill Vajda on the upcoming City Commission meeting.

VISIT – The City of Marquette website.

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One Response to Marquette City Manager Bill Vajda Previews Upcoming Marquette City Commission Meeting

  1. There is every reason not to trust anything this City Manager says or does. During the TEDX talk he gave below – after almost an hour of blather about the obvious with respect to comparisons of Marquette and the rest of the world — he asks the question “on its 200th anniversary do you want Marquette to look like Negaunee or London?”

    LONDON???? Headquarters of Rio Tinto? Oh just a coincidence???


    Jeffery Loman
    October 29, 2013 at 9:12 am

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