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Meder Declines to Attend Closed Session

    3 object to Gardner’s closed door sessions   Two council members voted against an executive session at the Sept. 8 council meeting, and a planning commissioner refused to attend. The Gardner City Council...

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JCPRD gymnastics offers girls’ program

Female gymnasts of all skill levels are invited to shake off the back-to-school blues by joining a fun-filled clinic being offered in late August by the gymnastics department of the Johnson County Park and Recreation District....

Meder Declines to Attend Closed Session

    3 object to Gardner’s closed door sessions   Two council members voted against an executive session at the Sept. 8 council meeting, and a planning commissioner refused to attend. The Gardner City Council...

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Residents speak at council meeting

      Residents speak at council meeting   by Lynne Hermansen Special to The Gardner News   Several residents spoke during the comment session at the Sept. 8 Gardner City Council meeting.   Chris...

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Edgerton purchases heavy equipment

  Edgerton purchases heavy equipment   The Edgerton Council authorized the purchase of three pieces of heavy equipment at their Sept. 10 city council meeting. “Two of these—the dump truck and the crack seal...

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Francis’ legacy of service recalled

Eight years ago, Gardner’s flags flew at half mast for 25 days, and the council held a ceremony honoring Kenneth Francis, former chief of the Gardner Department of Public Safety. Francis passed away Sept. 14, 2012. The council...

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PC approves new subdivision

Copper Springs Meadows was approved by the Gardner Planning Commission at their Aug. 25 meeting. The 168 single-family lot development is located on the southeast corner of W. 159th St. and University Park Drive. The plat was...

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Curb Appeal

Edgerton’s Public Works crews were installing new curbs and sidewalk at the corner of 1st and...

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