Leaders of the Douglas County Treatment and Recovery Center and the board that oversees its management will present plans in mid-December for a partial opening, as well as how they intend to fill the center’s vacant medical and executive director positions.
Now that Douglas County voters have called for an expansion to five county commission districts, new maps must be drawn and decided within one month.
Douglas County leaders will hold a community meeting on Dec. 1 to discuss the process of moving to five commissioner districts.
If community members want the Treatment and Recovery Center of Douglas County to open its doors sooner rather than later, they might need to weigh the value of local management against the value of a timeline.
Douglas County Commissioner Patrick Kelly easily won a three-way race for the District 1 seat tonight. He thanked voters and also addressed the fact that the size of the commission will be expanding to five members in the coming year.
Kansans’ long, double-sided ballots in the Nov. 8 general election may be a bit daunting. There’s a lot there, and a lot at stake. Here, we’ve broken coverage down to make it easier to find the info you need to make your decisions and cast your ballot.
Douglas County commissioners will meet at the Judicial and Law Enforcement Center this week, following water damage at the historic county courthouse.
Visitors could miss some of the intentional elements within the walls of the Treatment and Recovery Center of Douglas County without an insider to point out some important details.
The leader of the Treatment and Recovery Center of Douglas County said Thursday that the makeup of the nine-member board that oversees the center will remain in place.
The historic county courthouse has water damage — from the attic all the way down to the basement, Douglas County Administrator Sarah Plinsky told commissioners during their Wednesday meeting.
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