WELLINGTON, Kan. - With spring time right around the corner, Wellington Police would like to make you aware of some new changes to the operation of Golfs Carts on city streets, more specifically the use of “seatbelts” for children under the age of 14.
City of Wellington
WELLINGTON, Kan. - The City of Wellington will begin a curb replacement project on 10th Street from Washington to “C” Street and around the corner South on “C” Street tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 22. The Contractor on site will be Circle C Paving.
“We are asking citizens to please avoid this area when possible during the street maintenance process”, per Darren Vargas, Street Department Supervisor.
Please watch for workers and equipment on the roadway for your safety and ours. For more information, please contact the Street Department at 326-7831.
Winners have been determined in the 2016 Wellington Holiday Lighting contest.
1st - David and Jami Kuchar, 1612 N. Day
2nd - Chris and Andrea Kreifels, 909 W 16th
3rd - Bill Miller, 721 E. Lincoln
1st - Barbara Jon's
2nd - Sumner County Economic Development
3rd - Mission Thrift Shop
Other residential paricipants
The last 10 minutes of the Sept. 6 Wellington City Council Meeting featured three separate segments of discussion about the Kip Etter situation.
After a 30 minute executive session, Mayor Shelley Hansel said that since Etter has withdrew his verbal resignation, the council could take no action, therefore Etter is back on the council effective immediately.
Kip Etter is back on the Wellington City Council. A recent lawsuit filed by Etter against the Wellington City Council concerning his verbal resignation from the council during the August 2 meeting and his being asked to leave the following meeting, brought about a 30 minute executive session on Sept. 6 with the council and city attorney, Mike Brown.
Last night, August 2 at City Hall the Wellington City Council voted to declare the building at 107 W. Lincoln Ave. an immediate hazard to the public.
The video clip from above is from the beginning of the agenda item to the end of it's discussion. The entire August 2 Wellington City Council meeting can be seen on local cable channel 55 beginning this afternoon.