Several glaring issues revealed in the city’s annual audit could be a sign of rough waters to come for Hattiesburg.Read More →
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 →