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KEARNEY — With a tie-breaking vote cast Monday, June 1, by Mayor Randy Pogue, Kearney city leaders approved a conditional use permit and rezoning request of about 128 acres at the southeast quadrant of Interstate 35 and 19th Street that will allow quarrying activities on the site for at leas…

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KEARNEY — With a tie-breaking vote cast Monday, June 1, by Mayor Randy Pogue, Kearney city leaders approved a conditional use permit and rezoning request of about 128 acres at the southeast quadrant of Interstate 35 and 19th Street that will allow quarrying activities on the site for at leas…

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KEARNEY — City leaders in Kearney will again discuss the state of multimillion dollar development deal that includes temporary reopening of a former quarry on Monday, June 1, after Clay County Circuit Court found in favor of development company I-35 Holdings in its lawsuit against the city.

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KEARNEY — Development group I-35 Holdings is suing the city of Kearney, claiming city leaders used an improper methodology to determine if protest petitions were valid. The suit also claims a related super majority vote was not needed for passage of the project.

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KEARNEY — While businesses and other entities in the city were able to begin returning to work on Monday, May 4, per the Clay County Public Health Center's ending of stay-home orders across the county, many functions of Kearney city government will continue to be done remotely through May, a…

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LIBERTY — As Liberty continues on the road to recovery after the stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus, there are several steps in place to continue this improvement.

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LIBERTY — Beginning May 4, Liberty City Hall, 101 E. Kansas St., will be open to the public 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with limited staffing. Online processes that have been developed during the stay-at-home order will remain in place and is still the preferred method for bill payments.

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KANSAS CITY – Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas on Wednesday, April 29, in consultation with Kansas City Health Department Director Rex Archer, announced Kansas City’s phased reopening plan.

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LIBERTY — Liberty City Administrator Curt Wenson said the city will follow guidelines presented by Clay County Public Health Center for entering the recovery phase after COVID-19-related stay-home orders are lifted.

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SMITHVILLE — Amory Road repairs in Smithville are pressing on as the final coat of asphalt was poured Wednesday, March 25.

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LIBERTY — The day before a stay-at-home order was implemented in the Kansas City metropolitan area, local school staff decided to try to spread a little joy while observing social distancing recommendations.

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SMITHVILLE — Smithville Mayor Damien Boley said city leaders are following direction from Clay County Public Health Center in regards to social distancing in Smithville.

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SMITHVILLE — In an email from City Administrator Cynthia Wagner, the city of Smithville is continuing with business as usual until advised otherwise by the county, state or community health departments amid COVID-19 concerns.

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KEARNEY — The most significant expenditure planned for Kearney in fiscal 2021 is the second Interstate 35 interchange. The work accounts for 55% of the city’s total planned expenses at more than $21 million. The city will receive $10 million from the Missouri Department of Transportation to …

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LIBERTY— Liberty Parks and Rec Foundation Chair Jodi Capps came to the March 9 Liberty City Council meeting under the pretense of a 2019 foundation recap and 2020 fundraising campaign presentation.

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LIBERTY — The approval this week of Liberty Parkway Plaza’s final development plan along with the final plat approval could mean a manufacturing business may locate in the city as early as next year, said Hunter Harris, one of the lead partners from Liberty Industrial Holdings LLC.

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LIBERTY — The new Liberty Animal Shelter received its license from the Missouri Department of Agriculture Monday, Feb. 24, and by Wednesday, Feb. 26, the city’s animal control staff were settling into the new space.

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SMITHVILLE — The newest addition to Smithville city staff comes to the community from Kansas with 34 years of experience. Public Works Director Chuck Soules said he is eager to hit the ground running with many projects on the horizon including park updates, trails and wastewater improvements.

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