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OP: Overview, the residents’ newsletter

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

From OP:

Overview, the residents’ newsletter

Spring 2009 Edition

Overview is a quarterly newsletter for residents, offering articles about various city services and upcoming events.

The latest 24-page issue is now online.

Find out about: Upcoming changes to the city’s Web site and what you can do online through the site; the city’s new 24 hour online customer service system, OPCares; financial/home assistance programs; and registering your rental property, and more.

Plus, there are 13 pages of all of your favorite Parks and Recreation classes, including information on golf, the Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead and the Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

NOTE: The city uses a page flipping application to display Overview. An instructions page is available.

* Overview is mailed to all Overland Park residents. At this time, we are unable to substitute online subscriptions for postal mail.

Poll: 80% would throw out all JoCo government officials

Monday, February 9th, 2009

Go over to the Johnson County Red County page to view the results of an unscientific poll about elected officials in local governments in the couunty.

Overland Park and Johnson County government tie for the most out of touch with the voters.

Overland Park lobbies for wasteful ‘stimulus’ bill

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

Benjamin Hodge at RedCounty.com: “Overland Park government on its budget: ‘We have a crisis. This is historic. Let’s build a museum.’”

“A low point” in Overland Park’s history.

Hundreds of economists state opposition to bill

Hundreds of economists state opposition to bill

Read the whole column here.