Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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The model on the Fairway dog notice

Fairway wants dog owners to be responsible. Fairway send out a notice to residents asking them to be responsible dog owners Some points to consider: picking up pet waste, keeping dogs on leash when off property, having them licensed and vaccinated and minding the excessive barking. Fairway limits the dogs in a home to three. Approval for more dogs must get special approval from the city.

Next Mission Coffee with a Cop is Friday. The next session in the continuing community discussions with the Mission Police Department will be held Friday at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. You can join neighbors and police officers for coffee, donuts and conversation starting at 8 a.m.

County is solar ready. Johnson County has been honored by Mid-America Regional Council for its solar installations on several buildings and received the gold level of Solar Ready Community status.

Effect of elections on Gateway vote noted in story. The Kansas City Business Journal covered the Gateway meetings Saturday morning and noted that the approval of incentives will require a supermajority vote of the council. The outcome of that vote could be influenced by the results in next months city elections for council, the story points out. [Mission Gateway obstacles include city council elections – Kansas City Business Journal]

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