Mission honors Casey Brothers. The City of Mission honored Casey Brothers Sinclair Saturday and the brothers, Ray and Hersh Casey, who have been in business for 56 years. Mayor Steve Schowengerdt read a proclamation that was given to each brother on a plaque. The retirement party celebrated the decades of business in Mission, which will come to an end Aug. 1 for the station.
Mission resident opines on meaning of same sex marriage ruling to himself and husband. Chris Curry, an editor at the Kansas City Business Journal and Mission resident, wrote a blog post in the wake of Friday’s same sex marriage decision about what it means for himself and his husband to be able to be legally recognized as spouses in the U.S. “Thank you, SCOTUS, for doing the right thing. We are thrilled. Today, life is (especially) good on our cul-de-sac,” he wrote. [Marriage ruling ripples to a quiet Mission cul-de-sac — Kansas City Business Journal]
Fairway offering special pick up for storm debris today. Fairway residents who had significant debris pile up after last week’s intense storm will get a hand from the city’s Public Works department. Crews will be picking up storm refuse today. Brush must be neatly stacked at the curb with branches cut to lengths no longer than eight feet. The pick up starts at 7 a.m.
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