Mike Jensen pointed to the Amazon building as he talked about his battles with Johnson County on Sept. 20, 2017, in Gardner. The county leased the land to a business. He claims that Johnson County and the business did not deliver on promises and assurances involving the height and length of a berm to prevent light pollution and and keep the building out of sight as well as storm water run-off that has dug a gulley on his property and silted in his pond.
Mike Jensen pointed to the Amazon building as he talked about his battles with Johnson County on Sept. 20, 2017, in Gardner. The county leased the land to a business. He claims that Johnson County and the business did not deliver on promises and assurances involving the height and length of a berm to prevent light pollution and and keep the building out of sight as well as storm water run-off that has dug a gulley on his property and silted in his pond. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Mike Jensen pointed to the Amazon building as he talked about his battles with Johnson County on Sept. 20, 2017, in Gardner. The county leased the land to a business. He claims that Johnson County and the business did not deliver on promises and assurances involving the height and length of a berm to prevent light pollution and and keep the building out of sight as well as storm water run-off that has dug a gulley on his property and silted in his pond. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

Not in my backyard: Johnson County landowners tussle with officials over safety concerns

October 04, 2017 08:51 AM