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Posts by Dawn Bormann:

Priced Out: What can cities do to encourage creation of housing options for all budgets?

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs


Priced Out: Increasing access to affordable housing in JoCo is a health issue. But the politics of doing so are tough

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs


Priced Out: High school counseling secretary’s dilemma shows challenges of finding affordable housing in JoCo

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs

A growing number of workers can’t find affordable housing in the state’s wealthiest county. With cheaper housing disappearing, pricier options proliferating and rents rising, Johnson County residents working modest-paying jobs



Roeland Park officers honored for rescue that allowed infant’s organs to be donated

Sometimes even the most heartbreaking case can offer lessons for first-responders. Four Roeland Park Police officers learned that recently when they were honored with a life-saving award for their actions

Sometimes even the most heartbreaking case can offer lessons for first-responders. Four Roeland Park Police officers learned that recently when they were honored with a life-saving award for their actions




SM East Spanish teacher Linda Sieck to lead district NEA come July

Linda Sieck, a 26-year teaching veteran was recently elected as Shawnee Mission NEA president. She replaces Nancy Fritz, who is retiring in June after working 32 years for the district.

Linda Sieck, a 26-year teaching veteran was recently elected as Shawnee Mission NEA president. She replaces Nancy Fritz, who is retiring in June after working 32 years for the district.


With vote Wednesday, Turkey Creek trail prospects grow dimmer in Mission

The Turkey Creek Trail extension suffered yet another setback Wednesday night in Mission. The Mission City Council voted unanimously Wednesday against committing matching funds for a design and preliminary engineering

The Turkey Creek Trail extension suffered yet another setback Wednesday night in Mission. The Mission City Council voted unanimously Wednesday against committing matching funds for a design and preliminary engineering