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Municipal Candidates' 2015 Filing Period 

Posted by Melody Thursday, June 4, 2015 9:40:00 AM

Election day for municipal elections will be held Tuesday, November 3, 2015.  The 2015 Municipal Candidates filing period begins on Monday, July 6 at 8 a.m. and ends on Friday, July 17 at noon in the Board of Elections office at 316B East Windsor Street, Monroe. Click here for the UC Board of Elections page.  

The Village of Marvin will have three seats on the ballot.  The Office of Mayor is a two-year term.  In addition, there are two Council seats on the ballot.  Both are for four-year terms.

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Marvin Ridge HS Men's Lacrosse Places 2nd in State Championships 

Posted by Melody Tuesday, June 2, 2015 9:30:00 AM

The Marvin Ridge HS Men’s Lacrosse team made it to the State Championships 1A/2A/3A finals for a second year in a row!  They lost a tough game to Cardinal Gibbons HS in overtime by a score of 13-12.  Congratulations to these hardworking young men on an outstanding season.

UC Public Library Summer Reading Challenge 

Posted by Melody Thursday, May 28, 2015 3:33:00 PM

Union County Public Library hosts the 2015 Summer Reading Challenge.  

The kids challenge (0-5th grade) is called 'Every Hero Has A Story' and runs from May 18-August 15.

The teen challenge (6th-12th grade) is called 'Unmask!' and runs from May 18-August 15.

The Adult challenge is called 'Escape the Ordinary' and runs from May 30-July 31.

Click here for the UC Public Library.

UC Board of Commissioners Approves Updated Irrigation Schedule 

Posted by Melody Thursday, May 28, 2015 3:25:00 PM

At the May 4, 2015 meeting, the UC Commissioner's approved and adopted an updated Water Use Ordinance and associated water shortage response plan.  The main purpose of these changes are to ensure adequate supply for all customers and to keep rate increases low.  Read more here.

Memorial Service Planned for Gordon Suhre, Former Marvin Mayor 

Posted by Melody Monday, May 18, 2015 3:57:00 PM

A Memorial Service has been planned for Gordon Suhre, former Marvin Mayor.  The service will be held Sunday,  May 24 at 2:30 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church, 902 Rocky Road S., Monroe.

The family has created a 'Just Give' page for charitable donations in lieu of flowers. 

Mayor Pollino has ordered that the flag at the Village Hall be flown at half-staff in honor of the life and service of Mayor Suhre from Monday, May 18 through Friday, May 22.

Click here to view the order.

Marvin Ridge HS Athletic News 

Posted by Melody Monday, May 18, 2015 1:37:00 PM

The Marvin Ridge Men's Track Team won their 2nd Outdoor State Championship!  The Women's Track Team earned their first outdoor state runner-up trophy! This is the first time that Marvin Ridge had both teams earn State Trophies at the outdoor meet on the same day. The Program now has 6 State Championships (5 in 2 years!), 7 State Runner-Up Performances, and Six 3rd Place Finishes at State Championship Meets! 

The Marvin Ridge Men's Tennis Team won the state 3A Championship.

Congratulations to all the school athletes!

Marvin Ridge HS Winter Guard Best in World 

Posted by Melody Thursday, May 14, 2015 11:37:00 AM

Marvin Ridge HS varsity winter guard is celebrating their 1st place finish at the Winter Guard International World Championship.  The team took a Scholastic A first-place gold medal.  They are the first NC Scholastic A team to ever win first place at the annual Winter Guard International world competition.  The team is comprised of 10 students from Marvin Ridge High and Middle schools. Team members include: Guard Captain Emma Adcock, Omari Simmons, Anne Pickhardt, Michaela Johnson, Nicole Patton, Lia Kitteringham, Gracie Wagner, Mackenzie Jackson, Ava Cortelli and Yuna Asano.

The team dedicated more than 200 hours to practice and nearly every Saturday from January through April competing in local and regional competitions.

Click here for the story.


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Marvin Ridge HS Ranks Highest in Area Schools 

2015 US News Rankings
Posted by Melody Thursday, May 14, 2015 11:29:00 AM

The U.S. News released rankings on top public high schools by state and nationwide Tuesday. The rankings include data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were recognized based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.

Marvin Ridge HS was the highest ranked school in the Charlotte region.

Passing of Former Marvin Mayor Gordon Suhré 

Posted by Melody Thursday, May 14, 2015 9:57:00 AM

The Village of Marvin is saddened to announce the passing of Gordon Suhré, long-time Mayor of Marvin.  He passed away peacefully this morning of complications from cancer.  Mayor Suhré was a friend to many and served the Village faithfully, beginning with his charter term as a Council Member  in 1993.  He was first elected as Mayor in 1995 and he served continuously as Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem until 2005.  He was an active force in the original incorporation of the Village and was Mayor during the Village's year-long moratorium, which allowed the Village to develop its strict development code which in turn helped to preserve the Marvin that we currently are proud to call home.

Mayor Suhré is survived by his wife Linda, son Chris and his two beautiful granddaughters.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family.

 

Marvin Approves it's Second Age-Restricted Subdivision 

Posted by Lisa Wednesday, May 13, 2015 1:54:00 PM

The Village Council discussed the Amber Meadow preliminary plat/construction plans at their 5/12/2015 meeting.  They approved the plans with a unanimous vote.  The subject site is located on the north side of Tom Short Road Extension, approximately 0.2 miles southwest of the intersection of Tom Short Road and Rea Road.    The site is 24.06 acres.  The approved plans included 44 age-restricted single-family homes with overall density of 1.82 units per acre and 41% open space. 

The approval of the preliminary plat/construction plans allows land development/grading to begin. A Final plat shall be submitted and reviewed by the Planning Board and Village Council prior to any zoning permits for the construction of new homes. 

Click here for site details and plans

 

 

 

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