Former New Mexico Gov. Toney Anaya is awaiting potential financial penalties after settling last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission over fraud charges involving a water company for which Anaya worked.Read More →
The City of Merriam has adopted a more progressive and politically-correct disability access sign following a city council meeting Monday.
At the behest of councilman Al Frisby, as well as local activist and former Kansas City Star journalist Finn Bullers, city leaders approved spending around $1,400 to replace the municipality’s 40 disabled access signs spread across city parks, buildings and parking lots. They will also spend about $275 for a parking lot stencil.Read More →
Chalk one up for the little guy.
After initially being forced to remove his Little Free Library from his front yard, 9-year-old Spencer Collins on Monday made his case before the Leawood City Council, which issued a moratorium on code enforcements against such front yard structures – at least for the time being.Read More →
If Erin Margolin could do it all over again, she’d probably rather ask forgiveness than for permission.
Following in the wake of the City of Leawood’s heated controversy surrounding the code citation and mandated removal of a Little Free Library – a diminutive curbside cabinet dedicated to sharing books in a local community – a new Kansas City metro area municipality has stepped into the fray: Fairway.Read More →