First published in The Sedgwick County Post, Tuesday, February 3, 2015
In the Matter of the Partial Vacation of Willow Brook Road
In the City of Eastborough, Sedgwick County, Kansas
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR VACATION OF STREET
THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:
You are hereby notified that in order to comply with K.S.A. 12-504 regarding the vacating of property within its political jurisdiction, a petition has been filed in the Office of the City Clerk by the City of Eastborough, Kansas, to vacate the following real estate located in the City of Eastborough Sedgwick County, Kansas:
Vacation of Willow Brook Road in the City of Eastborough, Kansas, from the East Line of Woodlawn Blvd. to the Westerly Line of Hampton Road as platted in Eastborough Third Addition, Sedgwick County, Kansas, said point being the Southeast Corner of Lot 5, Block V in said Addition; thence westerly along said North Line of Willow Brook Road a distance of 294.7 feet to the East Line of Woodlawn Blvd. a distance of 95 feet to the South Line of said Willow Brook Road, said point being the Northwest corner of Block BZ in said Addition; thence Easterly along said South Line of Willow Brook Road a distance of 201.2 feet to the West Line of Hampton Road, said point being the Northeast Corner of said Block BZ; thence northeasterly along said Westerly Line of Hampton Road to the Point of Beginning.
On the 24th day of February, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. said Petition will be presented to the Governing Body of the City of Eastborough for hearing thereon and at such time and place all persons interested can appear to be heard.
David J. Anderson, Mayor
Barbara Kratzer, Assistant City Clerk
Sedgwick County Election Office
Listed below are the candidates for the three vacant positions on the Eastborough City Council:
Jerry B. Cohlmia #15 Hampton Road.
Stacy G. Moore #7 N St. James Place
Greg L. Shelton #3 N Park Avenue
Elections will be held on Tuesday, April 7th
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