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PROCLAMATION
2016 Mental Health Month
in Douglas County, Kansas

WHEREAS: The U.S. Surgeon General states that mental health is fundamental to health, personal well-being, family, and interpersonal relationships, and contributes to community and society; and

WHEREAS: Mental illness affects one in four Americans every year, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or economic status; and

County Commission meeting for June 15 has been cancelled. The Commission will not meet.

 

 

MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2016

-5:30 p.m. - Joint City/County/School Board meeting to be hosted by USD497 prior to their Board meeting in the School Board meeting room. (Two or more Commissioners may attend.)

The County Commission will not meet on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.

 5:00-7:00 p.m. - K-10 West Leg SLT Study Public Information Open House for K-10 & E. 1200 Road Near-Term Improvements #K10SLT at the First United Methodist Church-West Campus, 867 US-40, Lawrence, KS 66049
(Two or more Commissioners may attend. No county business will be conducted.)

Office of the County Commission
PROCLAMATION

Declaring May 2016 as “Bike Month” and May 16-20, 2016 as “Bike-to-Work Week,” and encourage participation in the National Bike Challenge beginning May 1 – September 30, 2016 in Douglas County, Kansas

WHEREAS: For more than a century, the bicycle has been an important part of the lives of most Americans; and the bicycle is a viable and environmentally sound form of transportation, an excellent form of fitness, and a high quality family recreational activity; and

Office of the County Commission
PROCLAMATION
National Preservation Month May 2016 for Douglas County, Kansas

WHEREAS, historic preservation is an effective tool for economic development, sustainable development, tourism promotion, community revitalization, fostering local pride and maintaining community character while enhancing livability; and

WHEREAS, historic preservation is relevant for communities across the nation, both urban and rural, and for Americans of all ages, all walks of life and all ethnic backgrounds; and

  1. Administrative items – 5:30 PM

    1. Determine quorum of members, agenda approval

    2. Approval of November meeting minutes

    3. Member reappointments: Vote to recommend to Commissions

      1. TK Peterson, Marlin Bates, Kim Criner, Ashley Jones-Wisner, Jennifer Kongs

    4. New member updates:

      1. Farm Bureau—Scott Thellman, Juniper Hill Farm

      2. At-Large Appointee by Commissioner Flory—Carolyn Wulfkhule, Lone Pine Ag Services

Administrative Order 16-06: Order Appointing Judge Pro Tem
Local Administrative Order 16-05: Order Pursuant to SCR 106
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