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The Board of County Commissioners reached a tentative agreement on July 16 on an approximately $201.3 million budget for 2025. They agreed on a mill levy of 41.298 mills, which is a decrease of 2.911…
Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez today announced that Armeer Asad II, 34, of Chicago, was sentenced to 19 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections for possessing fentanyl and…
Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez today announced that Jadarrius J. Smith, 25, of Lawrence, pleaded no contest to unlawful distribution of fentanyl. “Fentanyl is a significant…

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Through appointed boards and other officials, county governments provide parks, libraries, sewers, emergency management, public assistance, and in some cases, hospitals, ambulances, fire service, and community colleges. Last but not least, county government is also responsible for building and maintaining county roads and bridges, providing police protection, building inspections, planning, and zoning services. When it comes to paying for these local services, state laws allow for boards of county commissioners to levy taxes for the general fund and for other specific county purposes.