I’m leaving there a lot smarter than when I came in.But I found out I’m a better businessman than I am a politician,” Heaton said.“My business needs me right now probably more than ever,” he remarked.
“I’ve simply come to the conclusion I can best serve my community by doing what I do best, what got me to where I am today.” ****** Thanks for tagging along for the ride with The Landmark in 2017.
I can honestly say it’s impossible to get bored in this job.
We appreciate the fact you take the time to check in on what The Landmark is doing and what the Platte County community is doing in the pages of this newspaper each week. ****** Continue to catch us on Landmark Live on Facebook in 2018. and remain on Facebook for you to view at your leisure. 14 show from the Channel 9 studios with Kris Ketz has had more than 9,400 views.
Upcoming special guests include country singer Bob Kamler on Dec. Hey, in case we get busy and I forget to say it at the tail end of this column: Merry Christmas to you. ****** Here’s a quick piece of Between the Lines life advice: No matter the time of year, the most meaningful gift you can give to someone is your time and attention.
Kevin Heaton, elected last April, is resigning effective Jan. He says with the elected position he was finding “less and less time to dedicate to my livelihood and career, my business of 22 years, Stone Canyon Pizza, Co.” There is some buzz on the streets of Parkville indicating Heaton is stepping down because aldermen are being muzzled by the mayor and discouraged from speaking out at various meetings on various topics.