Q: I heard the other day that Dial sold off the downtown redevelopment area. Is that true?
Q: The Manhattan city government charges fees when firefighters or police have to respond to more than three false alarms at a location in a calendar year. How often has the fire department responded to false alarms at schools? How much in fees, if any,
Q: What’s the deal with the burglary at Grand Slam Sports? I read in the paper that the cops had identified a suspect, and that the suspect was “cooperating” and that they had recovered most of the stolen stuff. If that’s true, why
Q: There’s a lot of talk about the region’s new MPO, which I understand is mandated by federal law. How is it different in function from the non-mandated RPO and how are both funded?
Q: What’s the deal with the guy who follows Bill Snyder around like a shadow on the sidelines during all the football games?
Q: I wonder how much the lights that they’re putting up around City Park cost. Also, they look like the lights that used to be on the old viaduct over the Kansas River on K-177. Are they?
Q: When will the drainage project by the Riley County Health Department be completed and when will Wharton Manor Road be opened?
Does the city have any plans to install a sidewalk along the south side of Dickens Avenue, the area from Georgetown Apartments to College Avenue? This area is mostly along the property of the Wheat Commission. There is no sidewalk on either side of the
Q: I saw online that there might be a manatee living in Tuttle Creek Lake. Supposedly there was actually a report in The Manhattan Mercury about this. Is that true?
Q: I was up at the gym at Manhattan High the other day, and it seemed like they had cut down the amount of seating in the renovation. Why did they do that?
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