Chris Poepping Honored by Prosecuting Attorneys

Chris Poepping with award

Weston City Clerk Kim Kirby Announces Retirement Plans

Kim Kirby has been City Clerk long enough that not a single student at West Platte was born before she started. Her son, Coy, who was born after she started, graduated from West Platte in May.
In the closed session at the end of the Board of Aldermen meeting Monday, she submitted a letter saying she planned to retire next year. She started July 12, 2000.

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Medical marijuana facility applications include Platte County locations


Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) recorded 2,163 medical marijuana facility applications as of Aug. 19. Numbers of applications received by facility type are as follows:
· Cultivation facility applications – 554
· Dispensary facility applications – 1,163
· Manufacturing facility applications – 415
· Testing facility applications – 17
· Transportation facility applications – 14
There are 46 applications for facilities in Platte County, but none of them is in the city limits of Weston. The closest is for cultivation by Friends and Brothers Farming Co. and infused product manufacturing by Flora Ceres, Inc. both on Lober Road.

Chris Poepping, the office administrator for the Platte County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, has received the 2019 Outstanding Support Staff Award from the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys.  The award was presented on August 29 at the association’s annual awards luncheon.
Poepping has served in the prosecuting attorney’s office for more than 23 years, beginning as a legal secretary in March 1996. She has as served office administrator--the leader of the office’s support staff and chief resource to assistant prosecuting attorneys--since September 1996.