August 29, 2014

Edgerton land use meeting attracts 100

Nearly 100 area residents attended the first session of an informational meeting at Edgerton City Hall to discuss the Southwest Johnson County Area Plan. Photo by Joan Dorsey

Joan Dorsey
Contributing writer
It was a packed house at Edgerton City Hall on Thursday evening Nov. 1.
Edgerton, Gardner, Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), Johnson County and the Mid American Regional Council (MARC) came together regarding upcoming land use plans.
The first session of the Southwest Johnson County Area plan meeting was attended by about 75-100 area residents.
The purpose of the townhall was for  answering question and voicing concerns, said  Kyle Anderson, project manager for Felsburg Holt & Ullevig.
Maps, diagrams and other visual aids were placed around the room.
Attendees were also given a survey to complete and return.
Additional town hall meetings are scheduled for early next year. More information  or comments can be directed to Kimberly Qualls, N.E.
Kansas Public Affairs manager, KDOT,  kqualls@ksdot.org or Kyle Anderson, project manager at Felsburg Holt & Ullevig,kyle.anderson@fhueng.com.

Comments

  1. Judith Rogers says:

    Another dog and pony show and oh, how the politicians, bureaucrats and the thieves know how to present them……..fast and fun times living in a highly commercial, INDUSTRIAL area……..all should wear their hip boots when attending meetings of this kind………….

  2. Jerry L Kellogg Sr says:

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