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Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday leaned more toward siding with the city in an ongoing impasse with one of the employee unions, but they agreed to some compromises.
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Candidates for Lawrence City Commission discuss single-use plastic bans, city growth, multimodal transportation and more in these questionnaire answers from Sustainability Action Network.
Within two days of announcing a new online form to report people living outside to Lawrence’s homeless programs team, the city had received more than four dozen responses regarding approximately 20 camps.
Here’s a roundup of our election coverage intended to help voters find what they need to know to choose their top candidates for Lawrence City Commission and the Lawrence school board.
Applications are now open for $150,000 in total grant funding through a program that helps fund some of Lawrence’s iconic events.
One Lawrence city commissioner on Tuesday voiced concerns about a person the mayor appointed to serve on the new Lawrence Community Shelter Board of Directors, and another spoke critically of the process that led to three appointees.
The Lawrence Public Library will likely soon be able to extend its behavior policy to the library lawn, which staff members hope will make the whole campus safer and more welcoming for everyone.
Tuesday, Oct. 17 is the last day to register in order to vote in the citywide election coming up Nov. 7.
Voters will elect 3 Lawrence city commissioners and 5 Lawrence school board members.
Candidates running for Lawrence City Commission on Saturday shared their views on community oversight of police, how to engage marginalized people and more during the final forum of this election cycle.
Lawrence City Commission candidates discussed neighborhood safety, code enforcement, lack of a grocery store and more during the North Lawrence Improvement Association forum Wednesday evening.