Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Photo via French Market
Photo via French Market

French Market crepes get turn in spotlight. The Kansas City Star this weekend profiled the Quillec family’s authentic crepe-making operation at the French Market and Cafe Provence in the Village Shops. [Chef Patrick Quillec provides a taste of his mother’s crepe recipe — Kansas City Star]

Steve Rose recounts Johnson County opposition to 1992 school funding bill. Former Johnson County Sun Publisher Steve Rose added some historical perspective to the current school funding debate in his Saturday column this weekend. Rose recalls the stringent opposition Johnson County legislators had to the 1992 bill, which set up a system that sent money from property-rich areas like Johnson County to less well off districts. He says that, unlike in 1992, Johnson County legislators and superintendents will have a voice in the creation of a new formula. [Johnson County will have school fund power — Kansas City Star]

Airsoft gun causes restriction at Santa Fe Trail Elementary. Access to Santa Fe Trail was restricted for a time Friday after police received a report of a juvenile with a handgun nearby. Police determined that he was carrying an Airsoft gun that shoots plastic pellets. [Santa Fe Trail ES given all-clear by Overland Park police after report of nearby armed disturbance – KSHB 41]

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