Voters in the Nov. 8 election in Johnson County will be asked to approve a quarter-cent sales tax to fund construction of a new courthouse in Olathe.
Voters in the Nov. 8 election in Johnson County will be asked to approve a quarter-cent sales tax to fund construction of a new courthouse in Olathe. File photo The Kansas City Star
Voters in the Nov. 8 election in Johnson County will be asked to approve a quarter-cent sales tax to fund construction of a new courthouse in Olathe. File photo The Kansas City Star

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