Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Photo via Shatto Milk Company on Facebook.
Photo via Shatto Milk Company on Facebook.

Shatto milk home delivery comes to parts of NEJC. It will be just like back in the old days when the milkman stopped at the house and put the milk in the front porch box. Shatto Milk Company is expanding its home delivery service to Johnson County, including parts of Prairie Village and Leawood. Besides milk, the company will deliver other Shatto products and eggs, bread, pork chops, coffee, steaks, dog food and greens. An even larger product lineup is coming. [Shatto Milk Home Delivery adding Johnson County routes – The Kansas City Star]

Candidates can file at Mission City Hall. New municipal election laws passed by the state threw some confusion into where candidates are to file for city offices. Candidates wanting to file for office in Mission had been waiting for a ruling on whether to file at city hall or the county election office. That is now settled and filing will be done at city hall. Candidates can file for office by paying a $10 fee or filing a petition.

PV planning commission approves luxury condos south of Meadowbrook property. The Prairie Village Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a plan that would bring a new luxury condominium project to a parcel directly south of the Meadowbrook Country Club property. The building would be three stories and have six condo units. [Meadowbrook development spawns high end condos — Kansas City Star]

Roy Manee defense attorney files for Wyandotte County DA race. Mark Dupree, the Kansas City, Kan., criminal defense attorney who represented Roy Manee against murder charges stemming from the drunken driving accident that killed Prairie Village resident Tiffany Mogenson, has filed to run for Wyandotte County District Attorney against incumbent Jerry Gorman.[Mark Dupree files to run for Wyandotte County District Attorney, a seat currently held by Jerry Gorman — The Pitch]

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