Developer seeks approval for RV resort
A resort that would accommodate visitors to Big Bull Creek Park is underway, although the county has yet to develop plans for the 1,300-acres of park land near Edgerton.
Michael Riley, Texas, owner and developer, said it’s premature to talk about the proposed travel-trailer resort.
Bevan resigns from USD 230
Board of Education members withdrew their intent not to renew the contract of Pam Bevan, Spring Hill Intermediate School Principal, on Monday night. Instead, they accepted her resignation.
Bevan informed the board she has accepted a job in Hutchinson, Kan. Next school year, she will be the principal at Lincoln Elementary School in USD No. 308.
“It is unfortunate that I have been placed in a situation in which I must resign my position as principal at Spring Hill Intermediate School in order to avoid a non-renewal on my record,” Bevan wrote in a letter to board members. “I have enjoyed my six years in Spring Hill and truly feel that I have always done what is in the best interest of the children.”

Edgerton officials selected a new logo in 2010 using a contest. An early rendering of the winning logo is pictured here. File artwork.

Crandall terminated from Allen Group of KC
Bill Crandall’s employment with the Allen Group’s Kansas City operation has been terminated, according to the official who now will oversee the office.
According to the Monday, April 12, press release, Patrick Robinson, director of engineering at the KC office, will assume the duties of director of development.
KDOT selects new interchange location
The Kansas Department of Transportation announced its selection for a new interchange to service the BNSF intermodal project Wednesday afternoon.
KDOT officials told the Technical Advisory Group – a committee of more than 30 people including Gardner, Edgerton, Johnson and Miami Counties, KDOT officials, and BNSF representatives – that an interchange on Homestead Lane between Gardner and Edgerton is the preferred location for new access to Interstate 35.