Voters to decide on sales tax renewal

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Marlow city officials are hoping residents will approve the renewal of a one-cent sales tax when the current one is scheduled to go off the books in 2017.
Tuesday at its monthly meeting, council members unanimously voted to take the measure to the people to renew the tax used for capital improvements.

City staying busy with projects

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CITY UPDATESThe City of Marlow may have completed some major projects the past couple of years, but it does not mean city officials are not staying busy.
Jerome McCalvin, public works director, has several projects in the works, everything from new construction to updating current facilities.

School, community rally around injured boy

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Easton PetersenThe Marlow community is wrapping its arms around one of its little ones.
A two-vehicle collision during last Wednesday’s winter storm sent a Marlow Elementary School second grader to the hospital in critical condition.

Bray-Doyle board sells bonds

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NEWEST MEMBERBray-Doyle School District took the next step of building its new high school at a special meeting Monday afternoon.
The board awarded bids for the $2.36 million general obligation building bond (high school, safe room, and technology) and the $450,000 general obligation combined purpose bonds (buses).

Council approves rezoning for new Family Dollar

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Last Thursday by a 3-1 vote the Marlow City Council went against the recommendation of the Marlow Planning and Zoning Commission and approved the changing of zoning from residential to commercial for a currently empty lot on the 200 block of S. Broadway.