RAYTOWN CHARTER COMMISSION
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 2014 AT 6:30 P.M.
IN THE CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
10000 E. 59TH ST., RAYTOWN, MO 64133
I. Call to order
The man found shot by Raytown Police in the parking lot of a shopping center in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Boulevard on Friday Night, 10-24-2014, has been identified as Monteario Hogan, 22 years old, of Kansas City, Missouri. The Raytown Police are actively investigating the incident, and there are no persons of interest in custody.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call 816-474-TIPS.
Attorney General Chris Koster was the featured speaker at this years Raytown Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Most of his speech was non-partisan in nature, except when it came to health care. Koster repeatedly hammered his position that it makes no sense to refuse to accept the $2 billion in federal funds that Missourians have actually paid $1.8 billion in taxes towards. That we get our money back, create health care jobs with it, and if the terms change in the future we can drop out of it.
AG Koster was an animated speaker, as the video below will show. Regretfully many times RaytownOnline did not follow his movements well enough to keep him inside the video frame.
The Raytown Charter Commission has decided to increase the frequency of the meeting schedule. The purpose of having more meetings is to insure completion in time to place the proposed charter on the ballot on schedule. This has created a conflict with availability of Raytown City Hall. The Charter Commission will relocate to other locations, when City Hall is not available. This meeting was held at the Raytown Fire District Station #1.
The main areas addressed at this meeting were recall, referendum, and initiative. These are all areas that are new to Raytown. They are available to charter cities, but not to 4th class cities (Raytown’s current designation).
Raytown Police were called to the parking lot of a shopping center in the 5200 block of Blue Ridge Boulevard on Friday night, 10-24-2014, around 9:52 p.m., regarding the sound of gunshots. Officers arrived and found an unresponsive black male, who appeared to be in his 20’s, who had been shot. He was taken to an area hospital, where he died. The man’s identity has not been confirmed and will not be released at this time. There is no suspect information and no persons of interest are in custody at this time.
An investigation of the incident is underway. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Tips Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.
District Football Tournament first round schedule
Grandview vs. Raytown South
The winner vs. To Be Determined
William Chrisman vs. Raytown
The winner vs. Fort Osage
lts official! The Raytown Royal Wavers will start the excitement on Tuesday 10/21 before the World Series game. If you are interested injust standing on the corner from 5pm-7pm and waving to those using Raytown Road or Blue Ridge Cutoff to get to the game-meet at the Raytown Chamber office (5909 Raytown Trafficway) at 4:45pm on Tuesday 10/21. Can’t be there Tues-we will do it again same time/place on Wed 10/22, Don’t worry if you can’t stay the whole time-we just want as many as possible Wear your Royals attire, bring a sign and get excited! What a great way to show everyone that RAYTOWN LOVES THE ROYALS! Go Royals! You can do it!!
Contact: Charlotte Melson (816-803-8717) or Vicki Turnbow (816-353-8500
Charter Commission meeting today, Monday, at the Fire station, at 6:15PM as opposed to the normal 6:30.
Raytown Chamber of Commerce
Wed. October 22
- Networking begins at 11:00am, Lunch at 11:30am
WHERE: First Baptist Church Atrium,
10500 E. 350 Highway
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced that its continuing work on Missouri Route 350 will require the closure of the intersection with Gregory Blvd. on Monday night October 27, 2014. The closure will only impact the intersection with MO 350 Hwy. What that means is that from about 8:00 p.m. on Monday night (10/27/2014) through about 6:00 a.m. the next morning, all traffic approaching the highway on Gregory Blvd. will be directed to make a right turn onto MO 350. Traffic will not be allowed to cross MO 350 on Gregory Blvd. at all that night. It is only expected to last that one night
RAYTOWN DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION
Thursday, October 16th, 2014 at 7:00 PM
Las Chili’s, 6210 Raytown Trafficway, Raytown
Thank you for helping to keep MO Blue
President Richard Tush at (816) 356-0003
Vice President Fred Hartwell (816) 353-4431
Next meeting is November 20th
This is a collection of clips from the CJ Walker, AFU Feat & KC Kelsey. and Linda Shell and the Blues Thang set. Guitar and Sax breaks, and a nice call and answer (sort of) between Linda Shell and Dave Cummings on Sax. There will be more videos to come, it just takes time to edit them video in a manner that respects the artists. Hopefully after the samples of the other two sets are posted, I may get permission to post complete songs from the musicians.
The Raytown Board of Aldermen approved the City’s 2015 budget on Tuesday evening, with one exception. That exception was the Parks and Rec. portion of the budget. The reason for the delay is to discuss alternatives to the Parks Boards decision to close Super Splash. On paper that decision is to suspend operations for the 2015 season, but more than one elected official has expressed the opinion that if it is closed for the 2015 season, it is unlikely that it will ever reopen.
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