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City Council made a final vote to allow residents to own chickens, we sent a residential rezoning request for Ward 6 back to the Planning Commission, and discussed the current noise ordinance(s) and
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It’s been a good while since I posted one of these (March 1st to be exact), and I thought it was time to get back to it despite COVID-19 and the disruptions to our daily home and work lives.
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3rd, the State of Kansas will require masks or other face coverings in public indoor spaces. Additionally, the Board of County Commissioners of Johnson County
From PVPD: The Prairie Village Police Department is now accepting applications for the 2020 Fall Citizens Academy. The Academy will start-up in mid-September and wrap up in early December. Please
Join Johnson County NAACP for a meeting with key local law enforcement officials, including Prairie Village Police Department, as they discuss current policies. Date: June 25th, 2020Time: 6:30pmThis
Moved to action by recent events, an ad hoc committee of Prairie Village residents, students, Colonial Church, and more came together to plan a march and rally in honor of George Floyd (and countless
Chief Schwartzkopf, city staff, and councilmembers began receiving inquiries from active residents on the #8cantwait project by Campaign Zero Thursday, and immediately addressed each of the 8 points.
This is a post that I will update as I learn more information that I think will be helpful to my Prairie Village neighbors. As I add to it, I’ll clone the post with a new date and bold the new