Eudora City Commission discusses more effective code enforcement

With a new rewrite of municipal codes in hand and the city’s first full-time codes enforcement office expected to be hired in late January, the Eudora City Commission discussed Monday goals for more effective codes enforcement.

Commissioners approved the update of city codes that City Clerk Pam Schmeck completed. Among its provisions is the right of city codes enforcement officers to issue citations for violations.

In a presentation to the City Commission, city management intern Jason Rohloff shared a proposed strategy for ensuring the worst of the city’s code violations were addressed.

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