October 13, 2015

Resident complains about ‘mud road’ in Edgerton

Mark Taylor mtaylor@gardnernews.com Residents of 191st Street are none too happy with the city of Edgerton’s decision to designate the road for heavy haul to accommodate intermodal clients. “We have a mud road,” resident Rob Shippy told the council on Sept 27. “My issue with this is that nobody took the homes into account on Continue Reading

BOCC approves condemnation for 191st Street

Mark Taylor mtaylor@gardnernews.com The Johnson County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 29 voted 5-2 to condemn right-of-way along 191st Street between Four Corners and Waverly Roads. The condemnation follows a December 2009 agreement with the city of Edgerton for road improvements to serve the intermodal logistics park, which is slated to open in late 2013. Continue Reading

Edgerton makes new agreement with county for 191st

Danedri Thompson dthompson@gardnernews.com Edgerton City Council members approved an interlocal agreement that would see Johnson County design and construct improvements to 191st Street between Four Corners Road and Waverly Road during a meeting Thursday night. In the process, the city rescinded an agreement that would’ve had the county make improvements from Four Corners all the Continue Reading

Edgerton reconsiders 191st Street agreement with county

Corbin H. Crable chcrable@gardnernews.com The Edgerton City Council, at its Oct. 14 meeting, discussed rescinding an agreement between the city and Johnson County providing the construction of 191st Street from Four Corners Road to the corporate limits of the city of Gardner. The council also discussed the possibility of adopting an agreement between the city Continue Reading