Archive for Thursday, August 27, 2009

Leavenworth County Commission

A World War I doughboy statue stands outside the Leavenworth County Courthouse.

A World War I doughboy statue stands outside the Leavenworth County Courthouse.

August 27, 2009

In business Thursday commissioners:

• Unanimously voted to accept the bid and enter into a contract with The Branch Manager for $6,370. The bid was to trim 44 trees and remove three trees on the Leavenworth County Courthouse and Leavenworth County Justice Center properties.

• Unanimously voted to once again accept the Emergency Management 911 Telephone Tariff of $.75 per hardwire telephone users per year.

• Unanimously voted to have dumping cease and desist until a special use permit or temporary use permit is obtained for the dumpsites at 30119 171st St., and 18352 Shawnee Rd.

• Unanimously approved the replatting of Rocking “C” Estates.

• Unanimously approved the special use permit for Jim and Terri Kerby to operate a pumpkin patch on their property.

• Unanimously voted to limit the number of special use permits to one parcel to two permits.

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