“Flora, 36, is an attorney who was first elected to the council in 2017…Aside from Mission Gateway, Flora said she is focused on improving streets and parks, strengthening city engagement with residents, seeking redevelopment opportunities and helping small businesses thrive, as well as fostering an inclusive culture.” Read the full Kansas City Star article byContinue reading “10/29/21 Johnson County voter guide: The city candidates and issues in Tuesday’s big races”
“Mission Gateway, Johnson Drive business turnover and the recently approved special sales tax for road improvements were all discussion points at the Shawnee Mission Post’s 2021 Mission mayoral forum.” Read the full Shawnee Mission Post article by Juliana Garcia
Sollie Flora draws on her legal training to work through complicated issues as a city council member in Mission, Kansas. But as a Jew, her inspiration for public service also comes from the spirit of tikkun olam. “There is an influence of Judaism in the work that I’m doing,” she said, “that social justice traditionContinue reading “6/3/21: Repairing the world”
“At this point, with the latest notice of default, the latest delays and lack of communication, it’s pretty clear to me now the developer can’t get it done,” said Councilwoman Sollie Flora, who is running for mayor this fall. “Ideally, I’d like to see the developer move on, sell the project and let us dealContinue reading “6/1/21: $356K in taxes unpaid on stalled Mission Gateway. Some officials want a new developer”
“Flora, who was elected to her Ward 4 position in November 2017, said in a press release she would focus on citizen engagement, Mission’s streets and parks and fostering sustainable development.” Read the full Shawnee Mission Post article by Juliana Garcia.