Mike Kelly on the state of Johnson County
Former Roeland Park Mayor Mike Kelly was elected chair of the Johnson County Board of Commissioners in November. As he prepares for his first "state of the county" address this week, Kelly shares his priorities and hopes for the most populous county in Kansas.
After spending six years as mayor of Roeland Park, Kansas, Mike Kelly was elected in November chairman of the Johnson County Commission — the top official in the most populated county in Kansas. Ahead of his first "state of the county" address on Tuesday, Kelly speaks with KCUR's Brian Ellison about how his first three months have gone and what he hopes for the years ahead, including economic development and climate solutions.
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