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No Jury Trial on Monday, October 18th new

There are no jury trials on Monday, October 21st. All jurors ...

Custodial Worker II—Evenings (Job ID: 19-052) new

Deadline to Apply: 29 Nov 2019 @ 5:00 p.m.

There will be a groundbreaking ceremony for the Treatment and Recovery Campus of Douglas County, 1000 W. Second Street. The ceremony will include the following campus projects:

The Douglas County Clerk’s office has mailed more than 66,000 informational brochures and advance voting applications to voters ahead of the Nov. 5 City/School General Election. The informational mailers will start arriving in mailboxes of active registered voters the week of Sept. 23.

In Douglas County, there are 57 polling locations that require at least 170 workers on Election Days, and there’s one person who coordinates all of them: Julie Ybarra.

1:30 - 3:00 p.m. - Senior Coalition on Aging - Two or more Commissioners may be in attendance.

4:30-6:30 p.m. Open House for Artists Helping the Homeless. Two or Commissioners may be in attenance.

 

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DOUGLAS COUNTY, KANSAS
 
Public comment will be taken for each regular agenda item as each item is discussed. Individuals will be limited to one comment per agenda item. Individuals are asked to come to the microphone, sign in, and state their name. Speakers are asked to sign in so that the spelling of names is correct in the minutes of the meeting. Speakers should address all comments/questions to the Commission.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2019

Douglas County Newsletter September 2019

Douglas County Public Works announces that N 1200 Road from Route 1061 (E 2200 Road) to E 2300 Road will be closed beginning Monday, Sept. 30, weather permitting, for intersection and ditch improvements. Public Works anticipates the closure duration to be four weeks, weather permitting.

Douglas County is seeking applications for the 2019/2020 Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge!

The competition — open to students in grades 6 through 12 — consists of preparing a written business plan or executive summary, a tradeshow booth, an elevator pitch and final presentation. Students compete for $3,500 in prize money:

Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC)
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