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STREET By Stephen Montemayor Read more responses and add your thoughts at LJWorld.com

What is your favorite fall activity? Asked on Massachusetts Street

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SOUND OFF

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Why was the city flushing its fire hydrants Saturday?

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The city has a Hydrant Maintenance Program that is designed to provide scheduled maintenance to every city-owned hydrant. This is done to determine water quality and ensure that each hydrant is ready for use in an emergency situation.

SOUND OFF If you have a question, call 832-7297 or send an email to soundoff@ljworld.com.

Person killed in accident on I-70 Cody Charles, Kansas University Office of Multicultural Affairs, Lawrence “Sitting on someone’s porch, relaxing and having good conversation.�

Debbie Schmidt, cytologist, Lawrence “Going out to a pumpkin patch.�

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LAW ENFORCEMENT REPORT There were no incidents to report Saturday.

Sharon Howard, reitred, Lawrence “Football.�

Jared Agimudie, chemical engineering graduate, Norman, Okla. “Football in the fall is where it’s at.�

HOSPITAL BIRTHS Alli and Matt Kenkel, Shawnee, a girl, Saturday.

The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating an early Saturday morning accident that took the life of one person and injured several others in Leavenworth County. According to JournalWorld news partner Operation 100, the accident was reported shortly before 2:10 a.m. Saturday in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 near mile marker 221.3. Turnpike troopers arrived to find a three-vehicle accident with one vehicle being heavily damaged. A passenger in that car was found unconscious and pinned inside. Leavenworth County fire personnel performed CPR on the person following a brief extrication. That person was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. A second person, said to be the driver of the heavily damaged vehicle, was transported to Kansas University Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. Her injuries were said to be serious but not immediately life threatening. Two others were also treated for minor injuries. No further information was available late Saturday.

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Judge ousts councilman who let friend stay in City Hall PRAIRIE VILLAGE (AP) — A suburban Kansas City official has been ordered to vacate his seat for using what a judge called “breathtakingly bad judgment� when he allowed a homeless friend to spend four nights in City Hall. David Morrison, who had been a Prairie Village city councilman since 2008, acknowledged making a mistake w h e n he took Kelley COURTS Malone to the employee lounge late last year, gave him his City Hall passcode and didn’t tell anyone else what he was doing. On Friday, District Judge David W. Hauber ordered Morrison to vacate his seat immediately for violating the city’s laws on ethics, The Kansas City Star reported. “The undisputed evidence reflects a series of events that can only be described as reflecting breathtakingly bad judgment by Mr. Morrison,� Hauber wrote. After a three-day civil trial last week, a Johnson County jury concluded that Morrison had willfully engaged in misconduct while in office and neglected to perform his council duties. Hauber said he agreed with the jury’s decision. City Hall is not available for overnight residency to the public, Hauber wrote, adding that Morrison per-

sonally benefited because he was able to demonstrate to his homeless friend that “he was important enough to allow him access unavailable to the public in general.� During the trial, Morrison said he had worked with Malone about 15 years ago at a mortgage company. Both left the firm, and Malone testified he had a hard time keeping jobs because he got hooked on pain medications after a motorcycle accident in 2011, then started using Oxycontin, snorting heroin and smoking meth. Morrison has said Malone called him on a Saturday last October and said he feared for his life because he thought a gang or hit man was after him. Morrison picked Malone up took him to City Hall because he believed it would be the safest place in the city. The councilman called

Police Chief Wes Jordan on Monday to say he thought Malone might be in danger, but he didn’t say his friend had been spending nights at City Hall. City workers found Malone three mornings later in the employee lounge, triggering an investigation and eventually efforts to kick Morrison off the City Council. Morrison’s attorneys, Brett Milbourn and Tom Bath, on Friday said they were disappointed in the ruling. “In a day and age when politicians are trying to stay in office when they do things like taking bribes and sexting and abusing women and things like that, here is a guy who did not do any of that, not even close,� Milbourn said. “All he did was, with a lapse of judgment we believe, was perform a humanitarian act for an old friend.�

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