Q: The little road that runs north of Blue Hills Shopping Center, connecting the shopping center to Tuttle Creek Boulevard, is a disaster. Who’s responsible for fixing it, and why hasn’t anything been done?
Q. What’s going on with construction on K-18? How much longer do we have to put up with the inconvenient traffic patterns near the airport?
Q: What’s the story behind the “Wannabe Marxist Dictator” billboard on I-70 right near Fort Riley?
When I went to vote yesterday, I saw a question about a constitutional amendment on the ballot. I read it several times, but I still didn’t understand it. I asked some other people, and they didn’t know what it was, either. Can you
Q: Who is funding the local video named Save Manhattan Jobs, which is produced by a local advertising agency and aimed at selling the countywide sales tax?
Q. I wonder why area lake levels are so unevenly managed. On Oct. 12, Milford Lake was 5.69 feet low with an outflow of 25 cubic feet per second. Tuttle Creek was 9.57 feet low with an outflow of 900 cubic feet per second. Lakes Perry, Clinton, Pomona and Melvern
Q: What happened to the Mercury website? I had some problems accessing it, and then when I went back to it, it had all changed. A: We launched a new one. There was a glitch for about a day — more on that in a minute —
Q. What constitutes a code violation? How is a violation determined? Who makes the determination? What happens when an address receives a violation? Are fines collected? A. OK, Code Violations 101.
Q. Is it illegal for bicyclists to ride on crosswalks?
Q: I read in the “I Wonder” column last week about the amount of money that has been raised to support social services by allowing individuals to contribute via their city water bills. I recall that City Commissioner Wynn Butler claimed he was donating. Is
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