Danedri Thompson email@example.com Although their proposed boundary lines overlap by approximately a mile, Gardner and Edgerton City Council members appeared to be light years away from a compromise after a joint work session in Gardner Monday night. They’ll face off again during a second work session Thursday night in Edgerton. Gardner has proposed using Waverly Continue Reading
Edgerton citizens should be appalled at their council for several reasons.
Ron Ragan USD 231 Board President I believe in truth in journalism so let me set the record straight. Contrary to the editorial in Wednesday’s edition (July 14), the school district and board did actively participate in discussions regarding the Logistics Park and associated abatements and industrial revenue bonds (IRBs). Those discussions were held directly Continue Reading
In what is becoming a near daily occurrence, another city is finding that letting millions of dollars in bonds for economic development projects might not be in the best interests of its citizenry.
We hate to say, “we told you so.” But at this point we’re going to have to make an exception and say it: We told you so. The intermodal project will benefit the state, the county, Johnson County Community College, and the local fire district. Peripherally, Edgerton will see a cost advantage as well. Gardner Continue Reading