Weir Council hears update from PEC on Monroe Building

Weir, Kan. – Mayor Saundra Stricklin appointed Candace Gayoso as City Attorney and was confirmed by the council.
Representatives from PEC came before the council after performing an inspection of the Monroe building at 102 E. Main Street. It was stated that progress had been made on the building and it was recommended to revisit in six months. The council determined that they would look at the progress in five months and determine if another inspection is needed.
Sheriff David Groves said that his office had issued four traffic citations, four criminal violations, and taken two informational reports. There were 36 other identified activities within the City of Weir, such as checking suspicious persons, responding to alarms, noise complaints, checking animal welfare, civil disputes and civil process services.
Police Chief Joey Duggan reported that he had assisted the Cherokee County Sheriff Office with two arrest warrants, one vehicle accident and he first responded to Scammon for a domestic situation. He said that he had responded to several calls in Weir as well, including criminal trespass, traffic stops, an eviction notice, civil standbys and burning complaints.

Complete story in the June 11, 2014 issue of the Sentinel-Times

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