July 6, 2017 • Devon Stewart • Uncategorized

Today, I announce my intention to retire as Renew Kansas’s President and Chief Executive Officer effective March 31, 2018. This announcement sets into motion a predetermined plan to select my replacement, which will be executed by the association’s elected leadership. Essentially, the plan is to solicit applications for the position in the form of a… 

June 29, 2017 • Devon Stewart • Uncategorized

Six-axle trucks may transport 90,000 lbs. beginning July 1, 2017 This Legislative session, your Association joined with a coalition of agricultural interests to seek an increase in the maximum gross weight that commercial trucks can lawfully transport in Kansas. Following the successful passage of House Bill 2095 this year, motor carriers with a $200 annual permit may now transport… 

• Devon Stewart • Uncategorized

TOPEKA – (June 27, 2017) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt released the following statement on the Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement today that it is beginning the process of withdrawing the unlawful “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS) Rule: “Kansans have argued for years that the Obama administration’s WOTUS Rule was an unlawful overreach by… 

June 15, 2017 • Devon Stewart • Uncategorized

Renew Kansas Logo to be Included in Prestigious Logo Book The Renew Kansas logo, designed by Wichita’s Greteman Group, was chosen to be featured in the upcoming LogoLounge Book 10. It was one of 40,000 logos submitted and was selected by an international judging panel comprised of leading designers. The logo was designed in 2015… 


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