Rep. Mike Kiegerl
Your editorial in the Feb. 22 edition, “Recording Should be Allowed in Committee Meetings,” is so far off the mark that a response is required. The Rules for all committees are traditional and set for …
Rep. Mike Kiegerl
This may be too little too late, but I have some thoughts on the school bond issue that I would like to share with you.
First of all I would like to say that I have supported …
I’m writing you with the hope of getting your help with a problem we have in our community.
I currently take a friend to dialysis three times a week in Olathe. In trying to find him back-up …
Wake up America! I’m tired of paying taxes.
With the brouhaha going on at the Gardner City Council meetings, the bloggers are missing the point. It’s about taxes. It’s about Gardner citizens paying more taxes. It’s not …
An open letter to Sens. Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts and Rep. Kevin Yoder:
This country is supposed to be a beacon of democracy to the world. The citizens who went before us worked tirelessly to make …
It is disappointing to read the errors and misinformation about the post office in the recent Gardner News editorial column by Rebekah Rast.
Rast claims that if the post office were a private company it would no …
It’s unfortunate that two candidates withdrew from the city administrator recruitment process, but Gardner doesn’t need a chief executive who will quit at the first sign of controversy. Better to know that sooner than later.
Although the …
I’ve considered Shirley Strack a very close friend for more than 15 years. I attend the church she attends. Shirley was the high school attendance secretary when my boys were going through high school. I can say …
Ok, enough of this already. The feud between council member Larry Fotovich and Mayor Dave Drovetta has gone on long enough and seems to have hit rock bottom. With the search for a new administrator now put …
David C. Drovetta
I have decided to place the City Administrator search on hold. I will recommend to the Council that we enlist the services of Michael Press, former Johnson County Manager, to serve as our Interim City …