Posts Tagged ‘Olathe’

Kinzer endorses Jim Churchman

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

From Olathe Rep. Lance Kinzer:

Kinzer Endorses Jim Churchman for Olathe School Board

Rep. Kinzer has endorsed Jim Churchman for re-election to Olathe School Board Position 5. In particular, Rep. Kinzer has released the following statement:

“I would like to take this opportunity to ask you to join me on April 7 and support Jim Churchman for re-election to the Olathe School Board. (more…)

City of Olathe news

Friday, March 13th, 2009


This Edition of E-News
• Downtown Redevelopment
• Developing Employees
• Job Seeking and Unemployment Benefit Help at the Library
• Renovations Underway at Historic Mahaffie Barn
• Olathe Residents Encouraged to Participate in National Historic Planning
• Olathe Reads Receives Grant (more…)

Recent news from the city of Olathe

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

From Olathe:

Olathe News-3/2/09

March 2, 2009

This Edition of E-News
• Cedar Lake Park Reopened to Public
• Comprehensive Plan Update
• Olathe Project Receives Funding
• Construction Planned for Santa Fe/Ridgeview

City Council Agenda
The Olathe City Council will meet Tuesday, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber at City Hall for a regular session meeting. Regular session meetings are broadcast live on Comcast channel 7, AT&T channel 99 and on the City’s website. To see the complete agenda for this meeting, click here or visit the City’s website at (more…)

News from city of Olathe

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

Recent news from Olathe:

This Edition of E-News
• Citizen Survey Results on Web
• Development Forum Scheduled for Feb. 18
• Public Meeting on Areas Potentially Impacted by Flooding
• A Loss for the Olathe Fire Department
• Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund Surpasses Goal
• Presidents Day Schedule
• No Council Meeting 2/10


Weekend poll: do you trust local JoCo government?

Friday, February 6th, 2009

Go to to vote on a poll about local government in Johnson County.

There are five questions:

Which of these local governments is the most out of touch with its citizens?

Johnson County Government
Overland Park

Which of these local governments best represents the views of its citizens?
Overland Park

In general, do you trust local elected officials in Johnson County?

In general, do you think your mayor is a:

If you had two choices: to either keep all local elected politicians, or to replace them all with individuals selected at random from the phone book:
Keep all
Replace all