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"I am canvassing neighborhoods," he said. Meinecke, a retired engineer who lives on the Dickinson-Texas City border, has ideas to solve drainage problems, but no government agency is acting on them, he said. Most don't even return his calls, he said. His detailed list includes dredging Dickinson Bayou, ...
We just don't have a lot of money right now in the state," said Mike Lodewegen, associate executive director of government affairs for the Missouri Association of ... Center School District in south Kansas City is a "hold harmless" district, meaning its budget is not affected by changes in the formula funding.

Logistics has turned the tiny farm community of Edgerton, 40 miles south of Kansas City, into a metro area boomtown in less than five years. .... Some opponents say Edgerton, whose government has just 18 employees, has let NorthPoint call all the shots and its pro-growth, minimal regulation approach has ...
Gov. Eric Greitens' attorneys on Thursday asked a judge to remove Attorney General Josh Hawley from an investigation of the governor's use of a charity's donor list, arguing that Hawley's campaign for U.S. Senate is affecting his conduct. Jim Bennett, the governor's private defense attorney, argued that ...
Russian diplomats brought alleged "witnesses" from Syria, including an 11-year-old child, to the headquarters of the global chemical weapons watchdog in the Netherlands to disprove allegations of a chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government. The group of Syrians then held a press conference ...
He worked in the police force for 10 years and left in 1964. From there, he worked in the Kansas City school district's Department of Urban Education. After the 1968 riots after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., he set up the human relations department for the KC government, then he was promoted ...

The city's chief information officer, Mary J. Miller, whose nearly 30-year municipal career spans four decades, will retire effective April 30, a city spokesman confirmed to Government Technology, indicating the agency “thanks her for her service” and wishes her well in retirement. David Evans, Miller's deputy ...
Two university student protesters were killed Friday in clashes over a social security reform pushed by President Daniel Ortega's government, according to independent media reports. Police did not immediately confirm the deaths, but images of the two young men were carried in local media and repeated ...
Fifty-one percent of Missourians disapprove of embattled Gov. Eric Greitens' job performance, according to a new poll, and he maintains a 37 percent approval rating. The survey released Saturday by the Missouri Scout news service showed support for the governor riding along party lines: 57 percent of ...
Gail McCann Beatty, who represents part of the Kansas City area and serves as the Democratic leader in the Missouri House, also issued a statement calling for Burns' resignation. Beatty said she recently learned of "disturbing records of calls by Rep. Bob Burns to a St. Louis-area radio show whose host is ...
A new fiscal forecast for Kansas' government Friday boosted projected tax collections enough for some officials to declare that the state can afford extra spending on public schools lawmakers have approved, while a top Republican called for tax cuts. The new forecast from legislative researchers, university ...
If you wanted to see the divide in America today, the gap between the left and the right, the gun-rights advocates, the teens calling for gun control, there was no clearer scene than the one that played out Friday morning in front of the Kansas Capitol. Roughly 200 people, including Kris Kobach, the Kansas ...
A Maine town that has tried to stop existing three times because of high property taxes is now close to official dissolution. Atkinson would be the largest town in Maine to dissolve if residents vote for dissolving into unorganized territory this November. The Bangor Daily News reports Republican Gov.
There's a lot going on in Jackson County government lately: a crumbling jail, a financial and operations audit, a recently-resigned sheriff, and an executive mired in personal financial difficulties. Adding to these troubles are homicide numbers in Kansas City that are worse than last year. Today, we got an ...
Lance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the cyclist who was stripped of his record seven Tour de France victories after admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs throughout ...
By The Kansas City Star Editorial Board ... A top-to-bottom review of Jackson County government is warranted, and soon. Voters may want to pursue professional management at the courthouse, for example. There may be other ways to bring 21st century improvements to county government. Earlier this ...
A Congolese mother has been reunited with her 7-year-old daughter months after they crossed the California-Mexico border seeking asylum and were separated by the U.S. government, an American Civil Liberties Union lawyer said Saturday. The daughter had been placed in a Chicago facility while the ...

The Merriam City Council unanimously approved a contract March 12 with St. Louis-based McCarthy Building Companies for the construction of a 66,000-square-foot community center slated to open in 2020. McCarthy Building Companies will oversee the design and construction of the $30 million building ...
Promising to cut in half the number of agencies answering to him, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is hoping to emulate a Democratic governor who later defeated him in his first bid for statewide office. Hutchinson is also trying to avoid the pitfalls faced by the last member of his party to hold the state's top ...
The Star reported in early December that Greitens and most of his senior government staff were using an app called Confide, which allows someone to send a text message that automatically erases after it is read. It also prevents someone from saving, forwarding, printing or taking a screenshot of the text, ...
This is obviously complicated, said David Smith, a spokesman for the Kansas City, Kan., school district. His district is one that sued the state in 2010 for more education funding. The biggest challenge now, Smith said, is figuring out what the study means for school districts. Inaccuracies in the report, such as ...
The government says a Michigan college professor who blew the whistle on defective material in police vests will receive $5.7 million. The Justice Department says the award is part of a $66 million settlement with a Japanese company and its U.S. subsidiary. Toyobo was accused of knowingly selling ...
The Trump administration will rewrite rules governing how to choose areas considered critical to endangered species to settle a lawsuit brought by 20 states and four trade groups, according to state attorneys general. The endangered species director for an environmental nonprofit says that's terrible news.
The U.S. government is determined to deport Lawrence scientist Syed Jamal back to his native Bangladesh, loaded onto a flight shackled and handcuffed. Due process and the rule of law appear to be of lesser concern. The Department of Homeland Security has asked the Board of Immigration Appeals to ...
All non-essential state government in Shawnee County will be closed Thursday, Gov. Jeff Colyer announced Wednesday at about 10 p.m.. The decision was made “due to safety concerns regarding the winter storm forecast for the state Wednesday evening and continuing through late Thursday afternoon,” ...
Also in March, Helling was named the winner of The American Society of News Editors' 2018 Burl Osborne Award for Editorial Leadership. The award recognized writings that called into question the way Kansas City's government handled contract negotiations for a $1 billion air terminal being planned at ...
Until recently, most people — including the more than 600,000 who live and pay taxes there — gave Jackson County government little to no thought at all, which is not necessarily a bad thing. ... Things got bad enough that in 1998, the governments of Kansas City, Kan., and Wyandotte County merged.


 

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