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Conference a chance to share ideas, concerns

Commissioners meet with peers from around the state

Don Cates

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The Kansas Association of Counties will hold its 38th-annual conference and exhibition today through Thursday in Wichita, and among the nearly 700 attendees will be members of the Barton County Commission.
It’s a chance, said Barton Commission Chairman Don Cates, to interact with peers from other counties.
“There are a 105 counties in Kansas and over 100 are members of the KAC,” he said. “We each have our individual issues, but all deal with a lot of common problems. It is great to get with other counties and ask ‘what are you going to do about this,’” Cates said ...


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