October 12, 2012 by nolathe
Posted in Agenda 21, Commissioner Eilert, JoCo Board of Commissioners, Kansas, Overland Park, Property Rights, Taxation | Tagged Agenda 21, Calvin Hayden, David Lindstrom, Ed Eilert, Ed Peterson, Eilert, ICLEI, jason osterhaus, Jim Allen, JoCo BOCC, Michael Ashcraft, property rights | 2 Comments
My question: if the building was not purchased for the museum, then for what purpose was the building purchased?
If Chairman Eilert was stating his support was strictly for the current Museum, not the Museum of Suburbia,how could the reporter have gotten it so wrong in the Wall Street article?
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