The City of Atchison is seeking property rehabilitation experts as part of a new REDO Atchison initiative. City staff is looking to create a database of rehabbers that can potentially take run-down, vacant houses and get them back into circulation in a positive way. The initiative is a response to
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If the “nuisance” is an issue with someone not keeping up their property (like high weeds, abandoned house, junk cars, etc.) contact the Community Development Office at 913-367-5560 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Monday’s Atchison City Commission meeting featured appointments to boards, the creation of a new board and the City Manager’s recommended 2020 budget. City Manager Becky Berger presented her recommended 2020 budget, pointing out that commissioners had until July 19 to recommend amendments before the budget would be sent for publication
For the first time in the history of the Atchison Police Department, there are three female police officers on duty. According to Chief Mike Wilson, they are three of the best you’ll find anywhere. Master Patrol Officer Whitney Wagner is a graduate of Missouri Western State University with a degree
City Hall will be closing at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 19, for electrical and plumbing work related to the Police Department renovation project. The closure effects all business operations in City Hall and all employees. Construction officials said they would need to turn off the electricity and water for