Archive for Friday, May 25, 2007

County commission agenda for May 28-June 1

May 25, 2007

Leavenworth County Commissioners meeting agenda

MONDAY, MAY 28

Closed in Observance of Memorial Day

TUESDAY, MAY 29

9 a.m., Public comment/administrative business

11 a.m., Commissioners Oroke and Tellefson will attend a MARC Board meeting

1:30 p.m., Planning and Zoning Chris Dunn, Agenda Item No. 1: Consideration of the Final Plats for German Acres (4 lots) in the Southwest 1/4 of Section 29, Township 10S, Range 22E in Leavenworth County. Request submitted by South Park Development (Jack Willis) and John and Ann German via D.G. White and Associates Staff: (Chris Dunn); Agenda Item No. 2: Consideration of the Final Plats for Young Subdivision (2 lots) in the Northeast 1/4 of Section 19, Township 11S, Range 22E in Leavenworth County. Request submitted by Donald and Constance Young via D.G. White and Associates Staff: (Chris Dunn); Agenda Item No. 3: Consideration of the Final Plats for DML Subdivision (2 lots) in the Northwest 1/4 of Section 3, Township 11S, Range 21E in Leavenworth County. Request submitted by Larry and Lois Meadows via D.G. White and Associates Staff: (Chris Dunn)

¢ 2:45 p.m., Contract Renewal Anne de Shazo, Juvenile Justice Authority

WEDNESDAY, MAY 30

¢ 11:45 a.m., Commissioners will attend Port Authority

THURSDAY, MAY 31

¢ 9 a.m., Public comment/administrative business

¢ 10 a.m., KDOT Representatives will discuss the 24/40 Corridor Plan

¢ 2:30 p.m., Tim Goetz, special building, and a representative from Feyerherm Construction will discuss the south entry doors on the courthouse

¢ 3 a.m., Damage claim on road vacation David Van Parys, county counselor

FRIDAY, JUNE 1

¢ 10 a.m., Commissioners Tellefson and Graeber will attend the Leavenworth County Annual Safety Days Celebration at Riverfront Community Center (If raining Richard Warren Middle School)

¢ 11:30 a.m., Commissioner Oroke will attend the annual MARC Regional Assembly Meeting

All such other business that may come before the commission.

All meetings are open to the public.

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