Q: I saw in the paper Monday that a city employee lost some of his personal property in a fire that occurred at a city-owned garage out near the Manhattan airport. Why is it that a city employee gets to store his boat and camper
Q: Why can’t they flip the stoplights at some intersections in town over to blinking red during the overnight hours? Does Manhattan think it’s too “big-time” for that?
Q: I’ve read your stories every month about the city’s collection of sales tax, and they always have a caveat about sales-tax collections that go toward the debt on the downtown redevelopment project. Are those collections also coming in on budget?
It seems the city has begun its annual summer road work extravaganza. What streets should I avoid to stay away from construction?
The road in front of Hobby Lobby and on the way to Dillons is in terrible shape. Who is in charge of fixing this and why hasn’t anything been done about it?
Q: I received a letter in the mail today from the city manager thanking me for my contributions to the Flint Hills Discovery Center and offering me a free copy of the commemorative book entitled “From the Ground Up: Creating the Flint Hills Discovery Center”
I heard that there’s going to be more construction on McCall Road. Didn’t they already have construction on that road? How will this affect traffic?
Q: When will construction begin on the tunnel beneath the K-177 on-ramp to the train depot?
Q: When is the Manhattan Day celebration this year?
Q: On Tuesday’s food page, you had a piece with recipes for “macarons.” I always thought they were called “macaroons.” Was it just a misspelling?
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