A virtual forum on housing issues in Douglas and Shawnee counties is set for May 19.
“It may sound like hyperbole at first, but if the current real estate trends in Lawrence continue at the current pace, soon it may be nearly impossible to buy a single-family home in Lawrence for less than $200,000,” Ryan Desch writes.
Kirk King says more and more homeless people camp by the Kansas River every month. He is calling on lawmakers to act.
The Lawrence City Commission has removed the extension of 27th Street through Mutt Run dog park from the city’s capital improvement plan.
On the Lawrence City Commission’s agenda for Tuesday: an apology to the Kaw Nation, a road through Mutt Run dog park and more.
Column: Kirsten Kuhn writes that lifting Lawrence’s property use restrictions could alleviate some of the city’s affordable housing problem.