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Platte Rental & Supply buys
KC Bobcat site

Black vinyl chain link fence okayed for location
Platte RentalA sign marks the future home of a Platte Rental & Supply location in the former KC Bobcat spot. The black coated vinyl chain link fence was approved as a safety fence in front of the property by city officials.

by Ivan Foley
Landmark editor

Platte Rental & Supply is the new owner of the former KC Bobcat building at 801 Main Street in Platte City, at the highly visible intersection of I-29 and HH at the northeastern gateway to the city.

The construction equipment and tool rental company has been busy at the location in recent weeks preparing the property for its use. KC Bobcat has moved out of Platte City, north to the I-29 exit at Tracy.

Platte Rental & Supply also has a location at 6304 NW Bell Road in Parkville. For more on story.



Mayor fires a verbal
shot at CID director

Johnston doesn't want Hutsler on board

by Alan McArthur
Landmark reporter

Animosity is increasing again between the City of Parkville and the downtown community improvement district board.
On Tuesday the board of aldermen rejected the slate of directors submitted for the Parkville Old Towne Market Community Improvement District (CID).

The CID had presented Mark Bentley, Tom Hutsler, and Dave Williams to be

appointed as successor directors for the CID.

The board of aldermen had previously rejected directors for the CID in February of 2015 after the city sent a letter with eight recommendations for changes to the bylaws of the CID, but no action was taken by the CID to make the changes and no new slate of directors was approved by the board. For more on story.


Platte City gets minimal
payment for recyclables
City generates about 30,000 lbs. per month

by Ivan Foley
Landmark editor

A new problem at the Platte County government complex.

Platte County’s director of facilities has allegedly spent nearly 15 months using the county’s credit card and business account at Home Depot to build a beer garden at his home and purchase other personal items--including alcohol. 

Kenneth M. Bozenhardt, 54, of Platte City was charged with stealing after allegedly admitting to investigators that he had purchased several items—including a lawn mower, welder, tool cabinet, sun shade, and flower pots—with county funds. For more on story.


Criminal probe begins
in county commission campaign
Police report filed vs. Smith’s petition

by Ivan Foley
Landmark editor

A police report has been filed in the matter of an alleged first class elections offense in Platte County.

Dagmar Wood, candidate for first district county commissioner, confirmed Monday that her husband filed the police report regarding a matter that was the topic of an article in last week’s issue of The Landmark.

A potential criminal offense that could rise to the level of a felony has been alleged by

Wood’s campaign in the recent petition effort that qualified Andy Smith as a candidate in the November election for first district county commissioner.

Wood said she was present when her husband filed the report with the sheriff’s department.

“They took it and it looks like they are going to investigate. They (the sheriff’s department) had anticipated receiving something from somebody,” Wood said, referring to the allegation that was detailed in last week’s Landmark. For more on story.


Judge sides with library
Fincham orders tax increase placed on ballot

by Ivan Foley
Landmark editor

Put it on the ballot.

That was the ruling August 30 from Platte County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Fincham to the Platte County Commission in regard to the proposed 25% tax levy increase for the Mid-Continent Public Library.

The library district is asking voters to approve an increase in its tax levy from 32 cents to 40 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. The ballot question says the increase will be “for the purpose of renovating and replacing aging library facilities, enhancing spaces and programming for children and adults, expanding services and collections to serve public demand, and the for the general operations of public libraries.” For more on story.

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Parkville jewelry store burglarized in a quick hit
Weatherby Lake cops getting body cameras
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Residents fighting water rates, other issues
Weston pair arrested in steroid scheme

SWANEY KILLED IN BELIZE
Work on new elementary school is progressing
Park Hill planning a high school center
Violent crime incidents have declined in county
‘Bumblebee’ station will be sold by Kansas City

Man gets 128 years
African American school being preserved
Lottery winners aid fire department, NRAD
Sentencing delayed for JRay’s owner

Drug, weapon charges facing man after trouble at hotel
Taxing district suggested along Hwy. 9
Schieber opposes budget due to retirement bump
PICTURE OF SUCCESS
JRay’s owner admits guilt in child porn case

Nearly 190 pounds of marijuana seized
Bond reduced on weapons charge
About-face: new downtown leaders quit
Commission wants 1% pay raises for workers
Case advancing in alleged sexual assault

Suspect tries to flee behind Runaway Bar
A familiar face in a familiar place
Charged with sodomy at English Landing Park
Unite moving its headquarters to Platte County
DOWNTOWN DRAMA


Suspect tries to flee behind Runaway Bar
Four-way intersection near QT on horizon
Fewer criminal cases being filed in county
Who knew? The days of the milkman are backAccused of ravaging her grandparents’ house
Auditor requests pay increase for employees
Major merger involves local hotels
A STREETCAR LONG DESIREDA ‘safe, vibrant’ corridor sought for Hwy. 92
Paden sentenced to 50 years
BASEBALL IS HEART
Democrats induct two into Hall of FameMan says LSD made him tamper with rental car
Parkville QuikTrip on target for summer opening
FEMALE PRISON POPULATION EXPLODING
RAISING HOPE
HIGH DOLLAR HEIST
Breaking barriers
Parkville listed in top places to open business
Site of 2012 murders goes up in flames

Park Hill hiring fewer local graduates
Site of 2012 murders goes up on flames
Computer repairman accused of coercion
Fatal motorcyle crash shuts down I-29 Sungwoo says he’ll never forget the love from KC
Major road project set near elementary school
Manufacturer bringing 375 jobs to Platte County
City ponders economic incentives at I-435/45
Landmark top local winner in state contest
KC minimum wage effort struck down

Crime, education, growth addressed by Sly James
KC man jumps out of moving patrol car
Suspect gets vehicle stuck on railroad tracks
Same-sex ruling topic for speaker at Park
ESPN film has ties to KC, The Landmark
New regulation targets Main Street properties
QT pledges money to intersection work
City will change traffic court rule

Health care at jails coming under fire
Proposed dog kennel nipped by commission
Cade Springston accused of assaulting female
Man resists, tells police he is a cage fighter
Historic log home will be preserved

City sets wage amount, legal fight expected
Carjacking attempted at Shops at Boardwalk
Weston man, 63, accused of shooting dog
Search firm to cost school more than $21,000


Minimum wage getting maximum attention
Tenants air complaints
Court ruling favors same-sex marriage
Inaccurate signage puts students at risk
Boggs pleads guilty to secod DWI

County hands over operation of golf course
Cigarette tax hike sought for childhood education
Jail expansion being proposed again
State grant will aid local marketing effort
Charged with exploiting minors via electronicsOver 12% of county residents 'food insecure'
School spends $7 million annually on benefits
Man who planned to rape child free on bond
Park Hill interim leader base salary is $194k
Major sidewalk projct to begin in Platte City'Personnel investigation' preceded Springston's exit
Disturbance reported at Springston home
Former Weston judge accused of another DWI
Pirates Cove owner gets 20 years in prison
QuikTrip proposal pushed ahead by boardText message leads to arrest in sexual assault
SPRINGSTON RESIGNS
R-3 tax hike approved
Park Hill's plan opposed by two board members
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Daniel Bunge wins Landmark Bracket Battle
Suspect being sought in stolen gun incident

Kamler book signing event March 27 at The Landmark
Woman charged with domestic assault
Suspects in hotel shooting released
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Alleged meth user arrested after chase
Hutsler responds to city's accusations
State won't audit Parkville tax district


Groups want liquor cards eliminated
Man charged with shooting wife in knee
Arrests made in hotel theft/gunfire case
Plant could bring 300 new jobs to Riverside
R-3 board extends contract for Reik
TENSIONS RISING AT PARKVILLE
Dairy Farmers of America moving out of Platte County

Sleeping hotel guest struck by stray bullet
Woman shot in leg, suspect shot by police
City wants more attractive parkways
Four firms offer county golf course
Centers switching to healthy snack options
Local police units are well-funded

Man stabbed in fight outside Weston bar
Park Hill guilty of ethics violations
Platte County employees lated for 1.5% pay increase
Filings tricklin in for city, school posts
Accused of stealing from his employer

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Arrested in connection with pair of burglaries
Stolen credit cards lead to charges
Jury trial scheduled in child porn case


Park Hill studying its long range needs
Robinson pleads to lesser charge, gets probation
Transportation, isolation are worries for elderly
Ex-wife accused in murder of Cammisano
City's share of Kentucky extension is $316,000


Golf course, anyone? County seeking offers
COUNTY CASH DISAPPEARS
New judge named for Robinson case
Two seek appointment to Parkville board
New hotel coming to Platte County
Lack of development in NID is a concern
Facing felony charges in theft of liquor
Charged with possession and resisting arrest
Active night for I-29 driver
City sees alarming increase in burglariesPickers gets picked by burglars
Truck driver charged in death of motorist
Riverside man accused of child molestation
Homicide case unsolved

KCK man arrested for odometer fraud
Mayor yet to acdquire bridge repair estimate


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R-3 scores in bottom half of comparison
Embattled school leader steps downLOCAL ATTORNEY LOSES LAW LICENSE
Reik defends, explains R-3's low test scores
Kansas City man charged with felony DWI
Cost of county health benefits won't change


Former Park Hill official under fire at Smithville
Grand jury issues new charges in fatal crash
Arrested after claiming to be a DEA agent
Platte City businesses hit by recent burglaries
Landmark earns six awards in state contest

FedEx driver tried to stop his rolling truck
Pedestrian killed on I-635 near Argosy
R-3 considers tax increase vote in April
Parkville alderman arrested for DWI
Bank of Weston hit by armed robber
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Inspector says bridge is good
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Robinson makes court appearance in DWI case
Bridge making waves

No election this year to realign half cent park tax
Accused of pointing rifle at I-29 traffic
Jail chairman fires more verbal bullets
Study: sports compelx not the answer at I-435

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Speaking in KC, Obama says economy is improving
Judge dismisses lawsuit brought by Chapel Ridge foes
Will voters get a chance to realign park tax?
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Schieber rolls Plunkett; Armstrong beats Boyer

County HR director arrested for DWI
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Firm envisions 300-acre project east of Interstate 29
Is answer to jail question in basement?
R-3 coach charged with murder
L.C.'s Hamburgers heavily damaged by fire
Platte Landing Park now open

Carter resigns as mayor at Weston
City has developer interested in eastside
KC man killed in I-635 crash
Jail committee members exchange angry words

The Landmark. Begins its 150th year
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Coach at R-3 remains in Clay County jail
Baker not yet taking Weston alderman spot

Homicide reported in Northland
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Sports park study will cost $40,000
Drug suspect fights with deputy
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Local doctor wins bracket contest
PARK HILL'S FLiP FLOPS
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Proposed Quik Trip now in doubt


Four candidates for three open spots at R-3
Quint Shafer named associate circuit judge
Military man facing local criminal charges
R-3 chooses high bidder for auditing


Nowotny fires Kunce
Administrator not required to live in Platte City
Court asked to dismiss Chapel Ridge lawsuit
A recruiting success
Brown to step away after one term in office


School break-in causes $50k loss
Parkville to seek $1,000 restitution from Vikings
Official excited about KC's convention opportunity
City floats idea of selling sewer system
Schieber will run for presiding commissioner


More hotel rooms needed for KC's bid

At odds at R-3
Charged with making false bomb report
Jail bookings increase by 2.6% in '13
Effectiveness of school's FLiP being questioned


Grantham moving from Zona Rosa spot
Study suggests $21 million county jail expansion
City will have water, sewer rate study done

Patron questions R-3 board about finances
Plunkett says he'll run for presiding spot

Holden files for R-3 school board
Value of city-targeted property assessed at $94k
Park Hill will put tax hike on ballot
Sewer rates to rise by 3% at Parkville
The Owens Lee Hull Justice Center
County clerk won’t seek re-election
County budget brings disagreement
Event kicks off county’s 175th yearOne county worker getting pay increase
Decision on school tax levy vote expected to be made Jan. 9
Downtown Master Plan complete: Now what?
HOUSE GOES DOWN IN FLAMES
Changes add costs to Platte Landing Park
Platte County will note 175th year in 2014

Victim found after reported shooting
Free water still an issue at Parkville
New 'Landmark People' book hits the shelves


Chiefs' star busted by Riverside police
It's time to fill Van Amburg's old spot
No more free water
Six vehicle crash injures five on I-29
Some employee health benefit costs drop
Vacant building fire being investigated
Hey, where have all the books gone?
Concerns over QT proposal heard
Closing out an open road bond credit card
Some employee health benefit costs drop


A hidden treasure
Charged after death of Park Hill student
KCI business leaders want more from sheriff
No salary hike for officeholders
Quik Trip seeks a Parkville location
Landmark wins state for Best News Series
Chapel Ridge foes hire Quitmeier as attorney
Parkville trying to fix its technology woes


JRay's owner charged in child porn case
Parkville schedules special election
Packed house discusses future of KCI
Six-year-old found riding tricycle on Main St. unattended


Honoring 'Hotshots' who lost their lives
Neighbors oppose housing development
City proposes mayor become 3-year term


City feels let down in new park plan
Charged with selling illegal explosives
Nine apply to replace Judge Abe Shafer
New city clerk hired at Parkville
Judge's ruling upsets prosecutor
DOWNTOWN MASTER PLAN
Platte City wants 35 acres east of I-29

Board chooses lower cost option for web site

County golf course lost $333k in 2012
City staff wants $28k for web redesign
Mandatory retirement coming soon

TUMBLING DOWN!

Drama surrounds damaged home


FACT CHECKING R-3
Taxpayers can protest real estate values
Hwy. 9 landscaping project fertilized with dollars
Expansion of trails set for Rt. 152, Line Creek

WILD RIDE
Suicidal man flees, causes fiery crash
Todd Graves will assist privacy protection probe
The Landmark begins 149th year of continuous publication
HOT TIME ON THE RED RUG
Concealed weapon permits, gun sales on the rise
RADON GAS DETECTED
"They call me a hero. Heroes don't brag'
Man charged with assault at stalkingBill Hankins wins Bracket Battle
Alleged sex offender posed as police officer
Parkville's use tax proposal goes down to defeat
Road Tax Cruises
Water, sewer rates will be increased
Hwy. 9 corridor will see some changes


SALES TAX QUESTION TO VOTERS TUESDAY
THE ROMANCE IS GONE
MAYOR: Development must not bring tax hike
New boat ramp estimated at $700k
Older low-speed vehicles must be inspected


Purse-snatcher gets six year jail term
Home damaged by fire
Candidates discuss issues facing Park Hill district
Absentee voting now offered for April 2 election

A change in culture?
Fleeing suspects captured
Deputy crashes vehicle in pursuit of suspect
Super Bowl party turns deadly at Riverside
PH student arrested


Student who had gun in school now in custody
County will add four employees
Commission split on road tax ballot language
Central Platte payments to firefighters listed
City spends 2.5 hours in closed door meeting
Man with guns detained by police

Employee pay raises, new positions in budget
Big drop in DWI arrests, traffic tickets in city
Sex crime suspect still on the loose
Fire board purchases $32,000 Chevy Tahoe
Man charged with forgery in local case
Prostitution charge vs. principal dismissed

Missouri delegation split on ‘fiscal cliff’ votes
High speed chase ends in arrests
Dearborn man, son charged with sex crimes
Bids being taken for fire department audit

Cold Case: Charged in rapes from ‘92
Charged with murder of woman found at park
Fifteen days in jail, $125k in restitution
Filing now open for city, school positions

Man gets probation after assaulting officer
Pay hike of five percent suggested at county
An uncertain time for many small businesses
Resident believes police are targeting him
Monday meeting to deal with police controversy

COMPLAINT ABOUT POLICE FILED

SANTOS NOT HAPPY
POLICE IN HOT WATER
Local election is a clean sweep for Republicans
Business owner asks for exception to sign ordinance
Speed limit lowered on Hwy. 45 stretch
City, fired employee negotiating severance Administrator Fired
Woody dies at age 58
Sanchez responds to resignation speculation
Yard waste facility regulations established KCP&L: Burrowing animals causing outages
Enrollment at Park Show 2.3% increase
Christian, Cox battle in race for assessor
Father Christmas will note 25 years at Weston

PRINCIPAL ARRESTED IN PROSTITUTION STING
Local household income is down 5% since 2008
City still studying adult business regulations
LANDMARK WINS STATE FOR BEST EDITORIALS


Local circuit court judges get positive reviews
Domestic assault charge filed against Platte City man
Eight-time drunk-driver gets 15 years in slammer
Dusenbery’s push to cut tax levy by 1 cent fails
Warrior Dash event okayed on split vote
Former Weston judge guilty of DWI charge


Former Weston judge guilty of DWI charge
SEARCH WARRANT IDEA AXED
School ponders drug testing for students
Men sentenced for robbing Five Guys
Trail extension opens in south Platte


Platte City property owners, residents invited to give comments
Man charged in local purse-snatching ordeal
Lathrop man killed in wrong-way crash
Marijuana seized at local motel
Meth lab suspected in cabin at resort
Search warrant idea pulled from agenda
Columbia issues 2-5 search warrants a month
New search warrant law proposed
‘Piggyback Bandit’ visits Platte County
Search warrant idea yanked from agenda
In culinary sense, she’s ‘pushing it to the edge’
Local pastor accused of being ‘peeping tom’
MAN BEHIND THE VOICE

ROPER WINS TIGHT BATTLE

City puts ousted mayor back in service
NO SLEEPING BAGS AT THIS CAMP
'Felony lane gang' member gets probation
Treasurer candidates have varied approach

SISTERS SLAIN IN EDGERTON
Court papers offer details
Homeless man charged with robbing bank
Family of victims stunned, heartbroken
Mayor ousted MAYOR FACES OUSTER EFFORT
WHAT'S THAT SMELL?
Personal property value up, real estate down
From ‘The Garage’ to ‘The Big Show’
Charged with assault of police officer
Will chamber find calm after the storm?
Tuition will increase at Park University
Technology work coming to R-3 at over $400K

Owner of B&B says her business is good for city
New alert system sounds warnings to cell phones
Stephens will lead Platte County EDC

NRAD hires new executive director

Tracy talks golf carts; Patrol not a fan of idea

Campbell withdraws as Lemasters’ attorney

One-tank trip: Omaha for some AAA baseball
Technology work coming to R-3 at over $400K

Attempt to tighten golf cart law fails
County pays $8,800 to get out of Annex

'Let this be a warning'

Accused killer says no to Landmark time
NRAD halts project after criminal charge
Plunkett stepping away, Soper stepping up


Sheriff's department gun recovered by ATF
Ron Paul draws big crowd in KC
Both sides file motions in zoo-related lawsuit
NRAD halts project after criminal charge


End of an Annex
R-3 tax hike would be $342 on $300K home
Mother: Arson suspect was on way to recovery
Armed man robs Bank Midwest
Springston accepts Park Hill's job offer
Raid of meth lab brings three arrests


ARSON SUSPECT DIES IN TRUCK
Park Hill's selection and process critiqued
Santorum carries Platte, wins state
Sexual misconduct policies on front burner


CORRUPTION ALLEGED
Skull determined not to be from a recent death
Auditor: County budget philosophy not sustainable
Man's best friend

R-3 puts tax hike question on ballot
Skull found near Waldron studied by authorities
High profile cases advance


Accused killer to be back in court Tuesday
Plenty of city, school board races on tap
'Mystical' medical clinic on the way to Parkville
Nothing is off the table

Murder arrest made
Is O'Dell a serial killer?
Evidence outlined in documents
Sheriff and prosecutor get their requested funds
Proposed budget: no salary hike for workers
Wallaby not welcome back inside city limitsGOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS?
Panel wants more info on Boggs' DWI case
Charged with robbing bank at Smithville

Owen steps forward as sheriff candidate
Candidates filing for open city positions
Ken Wilson will run for state representative

Significant pay raises given at city of Parkville
County absorbs 10% hike in insurance
Weston gives $20,000 toward levee repair
County picks independent audit firm

Attorney's DWI case gets controversial

Landmark Christmas party ready on Friday
School will ask for 60-cent tax increase
Man dies in one vehicle accident Riverside's mayor delivers a cheer
Domestic dispute leads to lockdown of schools
Weston still battling effects froom flood
Methane gas found at site of new school

Four day school week idea being floated
Three candidates for city post
Respondents don't want shorter summer break
Wheel man in drive-by shooting pleads guilty

No pay hike for county officials
Night-time art festival coming to Parkville
KCK man charged with trafficking drugs
Parkville Commons bonds refinanced Young girl missing
Alderman against ‘slapping signs up’
Friends: Loss of job led to tough times
Parkville puts on hold on adult businessesCampbell stepping away as Parkville city attorney
New alderman could be in place by Oct. 25
Grandview man found dead at Riverside
Park Hill won't take KC transfer students

Who will be chosen as next city attorney?
In double fatality, male driver across center line
After an interesting year, Cook gives up his post
COMMISSION DIVES IN TO POOL PROJECT
On split vote, school wants swimming pool

Three months later, sandbags going away
Captain Johnson's actions included 'weekend fund'
Zoo tax issue not on Platte County ballot
Commissioners cut property tax levy in halfLocal crime spree
No criminal charges against captain

Teacher accused of having sex with student
A FATAL CRASH

3 Guys in a Garage talk sports on the radio

Metten will quit as city administrator
Sheriff suspends Cpt. Steve Johnson; Johnson then announces 'retirement'
Police say illegal items removed from local store
MURDER IN PLATTE CITY

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Plans for new water plant set at Parkville

by Alan McArthur
Landmark reporter

Plans for a new drinking water treatment plant are now approved for the facility to be placed west of downtown Parkville.

The city's board of aldermen approved the annexation of two parcels of property into the city and then approved the conditional use permit for Missouri American Water's new plant.

The plant will be located along FF Highway west of downtown near the River Hills housing development. For more on story.


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