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Archives for November 20th, 2012
Tweet Well, if you had to pick a November day to be outside working with flowing water, this would be the one. A broken water main at 70th Terrace and Roe Avenue in Prairie Village had several WaterOne crews busy Tuesday afternoon. The main break was sending water gushing from just south of McCrum Park [...]
Tweet The Shawnee Mission School District has sent out information on its first Legislative Information Session of the school year, to be held next Thursday, Nov. 29: Shawnee Mission will welcome members of the community at 9 a.m. on Nov. 29 to McEachen Administrative Center, 7235 Antioch for its first Legislative Information Session of the [...]
Tweet The lawyer representing owners of the Mission Valley site aired a host of grievances before the Prairie Village City Council Monday — and in the process, provided the first look at the group’s plans for the space. Polsinelli Shughart PC attorney John Petersen spoke at length during the public forum portion of the meeting [...]
Tweet Empty out those wine bottles, Villagers: The Corinth Square Ripple Glass bin’s Odyssean quest is coming to an end — and just in time for the holiday season! Ripple Glass announced yesterday that the wayward bin that was banished from its happy home beside the abandoned Tippin’s building when extensive renovations began at the center [...]
Tweet The latest chapter in the saga of the Slab n’ Pickle restaurant at Ranchmart North was written Monday when the Leawood City Council gave its stamp of approval to a deal that will keep a restaurant out of the old post office building in the development. The agreement was worked out between the property [...]
Tweet David Morrison’s tumultuous tenure on the Prairie Village City Council appears to be coming to an end. With an 11-0 vote Monday, Morrison’s council peers voted to oust him from the governing body for violating the city’s ethics code. In late October, Morrison gave Kelley Malone, a homeless man with a drug history and [...]