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Council approves land purchase
July 17, 2002
The Baldwin City Council met Tuesday evening for its regular meeting. Council Member Ken Wagner was absent. The following is a brief summary of what the council accomplished. Please see next week’s Signal for a complete story.
KMEA, BPU case returns to court in mid-August
July 17, 2002
Baldwin City officials will soon learn whether the city’s case against the Board of Public Utilities will return to district court. The case is going before a Kansas City Court of Appeals at 9 a.m. Aug. 20.
2003 mill levy to be lower than last year’s
July 17, 2002
The proposed budget for 2003 looks a lot like the current budget, but with one noticeable difference the mill levy. Baldwin City will be looking at a mill levy for 2003 of no more than 38.468 mills. That’s less than the 2002 mill levy of 41.655, 3.187 mills less.
District, city discuss shared funding for SRO
July 17, 2002
There seems to be some confusion over who’s responsible for the funding needed for the school resource officer and exactly how much is to be paid.
Baldwin native returns to play original piano composition
July 17, 2002
Seth Osburn’s first public performance was at the First United Methodist Church. Now, several years later, he is returning to the same church to perform again. Osburn, a 1986 Baldwin High graduate, will be playing compositions from his first solo CD, “Seven,” at the First United Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. “I’m looking forward to it,” he said of the performance. “Actually, I’m really looking to seeing everybody again.” Osburn, a professional musician who currently lives in Los Angeles, teaches piano at the Buckley School, gives private lessons and plays with various ensembles like the West Hollywood Orchestra.
Baldwin in brief
July 17, 2002