Author

Paul Post

Paul Post

Paul Post is a retired Topeka attorney who focused on the areas of bankruptcy, family law, workers compensation, and small estates. He is past president of the board of directors of Kansas Legal Services, past president of the Topeka Area Bankruptcy Council, and past chairman of the Topeka Bar Association Public Service Committee. He was president of the Greater Auburndale Neighborhood Association, having resided in that neighborhood since 1980. Paul is a regular volunteer at the Cat Association of Topeka. He is an underwriter for the Sunflower Music Festival since 2004 and has been a member of the Sunflower Board of Directors since 2015 and president since 2018. He has been an underwriter for the Kansas Silent Film Festival since 2001. He is past chairman of the Topeka Group of the Sierra Club, Kansas Chapter, and was Kansas Chapter chair from June 2016 through January 2018. He is also a member of the Topeka Audubon Society. He is a member of the Topeka Landmarks Commission since 2014 and has served as vice chairperson. He has been trained and volunteers as a river guide with Friends of the Kaw and assists in group paddles and other events on the Kansas River.

OPINION
The administration of Gov. Laura Kelly recommended renovation of the partially used Docking state office building in Topeka and incorporation of a laboratory for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment into the project. This is an old photo of Docking. (Screen capture/Kansas Reflector)

After years of discussion, fate of Docking building still murky and contested

By: - November 13, 2021

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Paul Post is a retired Topeka attorney. The Legislature’s Joint Committee on Building and Construction met Oct. 11 to consider the ultimate fate of the Docking State […]