Northeast Johnson County morning roundup



Prairie Village council hears details on Meadowbrook park financing plan. The Prairie Village city council on Monday had the opportunity to hear from advisers on the deal before the city that would finance the creation of a new county park. [Financing for Prairie Village park and residential development detailed — Kansas City Star]

Water main break in Mission causes flooding concerns. An early morning water main break in Mission has authorities warning of low-level flooding possibility. Crews had 60th Street between Roe and Shawnee Mission Parkway blocked off as the worked to fix the break. [Police concerned rain and water main break in Mission could cause low-level flooding — WDAF]

Westwood offering limb pick up to residents today. Westwood has hired Town & Country Disposal to offer a special pick up for tree limbs downed in last week’s intense storm. Tree limbs must be cut into four-foot sections to be picked up. All yard waste and tree limbs need to be bagged or bundled. There is no limit to the amount of yard waste residents can put out this week. Fairway held a similar collection on Monday.

More coverage for possible Roeland Park entertainment district. The move by the Roeland Park governing body towards the possible redevelopment of the caves at the old city pool site attracted coverage from The Pitch Tuesday. The council agreed to fund an engineering study to see if the caves are structurally sound. You can read the original story here. [In Roeland Park, a step forward for a potential entertainment district – The Pitch]

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