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This is Kansas, and for the most part, it is still a state of rural communities, a place where you would expect that people could trust each other, but you would not always be right.
As a recent court issue has illustrated, even in Kansas we have elected officials who believe they can go behind the taxpayers’ collective back to make secret decisions.
Well, they can’t, as was noted in a recent Associated Press story on the open meetings violation.
“Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe told Gardner Mayor David Drovetta and four city council members this week he ...

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