civic/community center

Aging/Senior Population, Budget, civic/community center, Community, Construction Projects (City), COVID-19, Development, Diversity, Donation, Engagement, Fundraising, Health, Inclusivity, Informational, Meetings, Parks, Recreation, Seniors, Taxes, Teens, Youth

‘Y’ Community Conversation – The Future of the Paul Henson ‘Y’ in Prairie Village

Posted by Bonnie Limbird
You may notice here and in other places that I rarely, if ever, refer to the ‘Y’ as YMCA. The organization rebranded as the ‘Y’ several years back as a sign of the times – they’re no
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Aging/Senior Population, Arts Council, Budget, civic/community center, Codes, Construction Projects (City), County Services, COVID-19, Crime, Diversity, Donation, Environment, Events, Foundation (PV), Home Improvement, Housing, Infrastructure, Ordinances, Parks, Recreation, Recycling, Schools, Seniors, Sidewalks, Streets, Teens, Trees, Youth

Council Recap – 04/04/22

Posted by Bonnie Limbird
Presentations Introduction of “Blitz” the K-9 Officer Ben Overesch introduced us to PVPD’s first “official” K-9 dog, Blitz, who comes to us from Holland! One work shift per week
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Arts Council, Budget, City Services, civic/community center, COVID-19, Crime, Development, Diversity, Donation, Environment, Events, Health, Informational, Meetings, Ordinances, Safety, Streets, Testing, Vaccine, Zoning

Council Recap – 03/07/22

Posted by Bonnie Limbird
This is a couple of weeks late, but we went out of town on a little road trip. 😎 Presentations Women’s History Month proclamation Councilmember Courtney McFadden presented the proclamation for
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Arts Council, Budget, City Services, civic/community center, COVID-19, Crime, Development, Diversity, Donation, Environment, Events, Health, Informational, Meetings, Ordinances, Safety, Streets, Testing, Vaccine, Zoning

Council Recap – 02/22/22

Posted by Bonnie Limbird
Committee Reports Ad Hoc Housing Committee Councilmember Ian Graves reported on progress so far. Our next meeting will be focusing on zoning, and we hope to have a report to City Council by Spring.
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