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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasThe Hutchinson news monday june 8, 2015 a1 mond a a june 8, 2015 75� newsstand Yeye year 143 Nono. 340 wow. H u tech Nene is. C o m program nets Windfall assistance for crime victims sees financial boost a4 Perez hits it Home for royalsb1 dear friends your Green thumbs give the City even More Art to appreciate gardeners featured in tour to l is t Ings b6 c l Assifi eds b5 l o Tutt eries a a 2 c Omi c s b7 o b i t varies a a 7 c crossword b8 s por t s b1 w a t her a a 8 88 62 intercepted letter legislative watch running Tab o o the legislature continues to try and finish a budget. Today is the 109th Day of the session. Through sunday the projected Cost of the overtime was $ 774,000, based on Kansas legislative administrative services estimate of $ 43,000 a Day. Working weekend o o both Chambers worked saturday. The House took sunday off but the Senate returned to the floor. Read More on a8 the session sunday Day 108 Senate votes for tax increase b y t in c Arpen t or the Topeka capital journal the Republican dominated Senate adopted by the thinnest margin sunday night the largest tax increase in state history to close a budget deficit exceeding $ 400 million in the upcoming fiscal year. With the tally stuck at 20 votes in favor one Short of the required total Olathe sen. Julia Lynn voted yes to deliver the final margin that moved a Bill containing $ 470 million in Revenue increases to the House. I know this is a very very difficult vote said sen. Les Donovan a Wichita Republican and tax committee chairman who struggled to get much support for previous Bills elevating state taxes. Nine Republican senators broke no new tax pledges to put the measure Over the top 21 17. As anticipated none of the senates eight democrats voted for the Bill. Nine republicans turned thumbs Down on the Bill. Prospects of the Legisla Tion surviving the political Gauntlet in the gop led House were unknown. Members of the House reconvene monday after de parting Topeka on saturday after legislation was approved to Block furloughs of 24,000 state employees. Earlier sunday negotiators representing the House and Senate endorsed a com Promise to erase the deficit with tax increases slow the Pace of individual income tax rate cuts and delete in four years Many state sales tax exemptions unless saved by legislative action. Senate president Susan Wagle r Wichita said gov. There have been times Amy Bickel and i wished we has an assistant to help us research the Many ask Hutch questions that come across our desks. Then Tiffany Rose Dawson came through the door. She is majoring in Media communications and photojournalism at Union University in Jackson Tennessee. The granddaughter of Curtis Kirkley she is living with him this summer while interning at the news. She is excited to take on any assignment including helping out others with their work. She had some free time on Friday and graciously worked on researching this weeks questions. Q i saw them planting pretty Flowers at the Corner of 11th Avenue and k 61. I have also seen people pulling up Flowers including the tulips. Why they leave them in the ground and let them come Back next year also it save the City Money if they planted perennials and shrubs. Questions Bloom with removal of Cit yes tulips b y a dam s t Ewar t the Hutchinson news Stewart Hutch news. Com Hutchinson City Council member Steve Dechant wants the Council to discuss whether there is anything to be done about prop erty owners doing construction projects without a permit. Dechant is particularly concerned about the effect of construction without a permit on historic buildings. In a recent inter View he remarked that there have been at least three projects in the Houston Whiteside historic District that did not get a permit either before doing the work or buying the materials and each had a significant negative Impact on the historic qualities of the buildings. Lack of permits stir worry Kathy Hanks ask Hutch b y k a t by h an asks the Hutchinson news thanks Hutch news. Com when Glenn and Melinda Chambers purchased their Hyde Park Home six years ago the Yard looked like a Barren wasteland. But they saw what it could become. Today the scent of Laven Der and cat mint hangs in the air. The once Brown ground is alive with a riot of color flourishing vegetables and a variety of fruits. When we bought it said Melinda Chambers it was desolate. But we found snip pets of a Garden. The Chambers allowed those snippets to thrive. Plus they added Lavender plants they brought with them from 2015 Mast e r Gar Deneene Deneene is t Oulu r so o was e s a e a h o m e s d chant a Barren Yard turns Bountiful q q the transformation provides a therapeutic Hobby for Hutch couple. Top Larry and sue Wagerle Are pictured at their Home at 3415 Inverness on Friday. Lindsey Bauman the Hutchinson news above Melinda Chambers talks about her Flowers and plants that she has planted including the Rose Campion along her House at 211 Carey place on thursday. Travis Morisse the Hutchinson news Lindsey Bauman the Hutchinson news a Bronze sculpture is seen at the Wager Les. See tour / a5 q q in razor thin vote nine gop senators break their pledges to not raise taxes. See budget / a3 see ask / a3 q q application for building permits Marks beginning of review process meant to protect historic districts. See permit / a3

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