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If the City of De Soto were to comply with Johnson County's 2012 Curbside Recycling Initiative, it is likely that citizens would see their waste disposal fee increase by a few dollars each month. The city's current recycling program, using the voluntary drop-off location in the parking lot at city hall, has no additional charge to citizens.
Halloween is just around the corner and ghouls and goblins are starting to stock up on their goodies to hand-out. The City of De Soto has no ordinance or regulation pertaining to trick-or-treating and has traditionally done so on Halloween night.
The leaves are starting to turn and the air has that crisp smell of fall on the way.
The Kansas University Jayhawks will take on the Kansas State University Wildcats in Lawrence tonight.
The De Soto City Council discussed a new city ordinance outlining regulations and restrictions for those wishing to own chickens within De Soto city limits. The new ordinance should be drafted and ready for approval at the next council meeting on Thursday, Sept. 3.