Twin Cities partner for the Fourth of July Fireworks Display.

Marinette and Menominee might be a couple of City’s but their residents make up one Community…And that one community’s voice was heard by the City of Marinette and

the City of Menominee when it came down to the Fourth of July Fireworks. At Monday evening’s, Marinette City Council meeting the council discussed the idea of joining with the City of Menominee in sharing the Fourth of July fireworks display. Marinette Mayor, Steve Genisot, read a letter from the Menominee City Manager, Tony Graff, inviting the City of Marinette to explore the opportunity to work together as twin cities.

Marinette Mayor, Steve Genisot

The Marinette City Council wholeheartedly supports the joint venture and approved the M & M Fireworks event, as well as the five-thousand-dollar donation towards the fireworks display. A future joint city council meeting will be announced.

MM Fireworks Letter

 

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An unforeseen delay in the development of a Marinette extended stay hotel

Extended Stay Hotel Land DescriptionThe City of Marinette Zoning Ordinance Board of Appeals allowed for the delay in the Country Inn and Suites extended stay hotel in Marinette after hearing from the adjacent property owners’ attorney, Thomas Maxwell, at Monday evening’s meeting. While Maxwell agreed that Moyle Development made many attempts to purchase the property at 20-60 Old Peshtigo Road, neither parties were ever able to come to an agreement.

Attorney Thomas Maxwell

The Country Inn & Suites representative, Barry Givens, of Division-1-Design expresses his concerns about the property.extended stay 2

Barry Givens

Ultimately, the board agreed that a three-week delay would allow for Attorney Maxwell and Developer Moyle to negotiate the sale of additional property to make the setbacks more feasible. If an agreement is reached, Moyle development will still have to go through Planning Commission for approval and the Zoning Board of Appeals for approval.

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The City and County of Marinette discuss UNITY in TOURISM

Tourism LogoAt Yesterday’s Marinette Tourism Commission meeting the City and Marinette County discussed the possibility of moving forward in a joint effort for tourism. Marinette County Chair, Mark Anderson, says this is just one of many items that the County and the City should be working on.

Marinette County Chairman, Mark Anderson 

Marinette Mayor, Steve Genisot, says it’s not just the City of Marinette it’s all of Marinette County that benefits from tourism.

Marinette Mayor, Steve Genisot
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Mayor Genisot goes on to say that they need to start thinking bigger and broader to get people to come and visit the area and enjoy everything that Marinette and the County has to offer.

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