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The Harrisonville Police Department congratulates and recognizes Corporal Doug Rose, as he is officially retiring from the Harrisonville Police Department. Corporal Rose was hired by the HPD on January 1, 1997,

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The Pleasant Hill Police Department is looking to hire a Police Dispatcher and anyone can submit an application at www.pleasanthill.com. The department fills five dispatcher positions that keep the 911 program going 24/7. Pleasant Hill Police Department's Chief Robert Driscoll said, "It's a career that lasts a long time."

Driscoll went on to explain how Pleasant Hill is a community that reacts quickly and most problems are solved before the officers arrive on the scene. Driscoll also said, "It's a high-stress job, but fulfilling, helping people in their hour of need."

The 911 center is one of five in the county and is a part of the Marc Regional 911 System. This organization is a regional public safety communications program that aims to maintain, enhance and coordinate the 9-1-1 system as the primary means of access for those in the region who need emergency public safety services and to enhance the ability of public safety personnel and emergency responders to effectively communicate through all phases of emergency incidents and planned events.

MoDOT Kansas City is replacing the MO Route 58 bridge over Big Creek on the west side of Pleasant Hill, MO. The project started on September 7, 2021. This work required the total closure of the MO Route 58 bridge over Big Creek until approximately Dec. 2021. They are scheduled to finish November 30th, but have some concerns that the weather might interrupt pouring asphalt.

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The City of Pleasant Hill is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan - a document designed to guide future growth in the community. Every 20 years, the comprehensive plan is updated to reflect the vision of the community and provide actionable steps towards achieving stated goals.
To encourage public input, a Community Workshop is being held on October 13, 2021, from 6-8 pm at the Memorial Building. This workshop will focus on answering three questions to identify the elements that will shape the future and the changes necessary to achieve the community’s vision - Where do we grow? How do we grow? What do we grow?
What do Pleasant Hill residents want to see over the next 20 years?
Community Workshop - Visioning Summit
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Time: 6pm-8pm
Location: Pleasant Hill Memorial Building (212 Cedar)

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