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Task Force To Review Detention Center Policies

At a recent press conference, Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders announced the formation of a Department of Corrections Task Force
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LS Man Charged In High-Speed Police Pursuit

A Lee’s Summit man who fled from Independence police, often at speeds in excess of 100 mph, has been charged with felony charges
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Traffic Alert: Work Will Cause One Lane of Eastbound Route 50 to Close

Crews will close one lane of eastbound Route 50 between SE Todd George Parkway and Smart Road from 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11 to 5 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 13 for culvert replacement work. All work is weather dependent.
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Tim Drape Hired As MPA Marketing Consultant

The Missouri Press Service’s newest team member, Tim Drape, will be serving association members as a marketing consultant, targeting the Kansas City area and surrounding counties
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Gov. Nixon orders flags to be flown at half-staff statewide on Friday to honor fallen Highway Patrol trooper

Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the flags of the United States and the State of Missouri at all state government buildings in Missouri be flown at half-staff on Friday, Sept. 4, in honor of Trooper James M. Bava, who served with Troop F of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
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Statement by Jean Peters Baker, Jackson County Prosecutor:

“Today, I have the privilege and responsibility of leading the same office that, with the help of police and common citizens, brought the murderers of Ann Harrison to justice over 20 years ago.

To this day, the horrific details of her kidnapping, rape and murder remain as horrific, painful and utterly unimaginable as they were that cold spring morning.
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City Council WILL NOT Hear Presentation Regarding Flow Control on Sept. 3

The Lee’s Summit City Council meeting scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 3, will not include a presentation on the future of solid waste services or flow control as previously thought. 

The discussion of this subject matter may now take place at the October or November meeting of the Environment & Natural Resources Committee. 
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Arnold Hall Restaurant Project Gets Tax Abatement

3rd Street Restaurant Associates received a requested tax abatement for their new dining concept in Arnold Hall. Andy Lock and Domhnall Molloy, who own the Summit Grill, purchased the building in the spring and will be renovating it for a unique and affordable restaurant.

The owners applied for an incremental real property tax abatement, which the city council approved at their August 20 session. 3rd Street Restaurant Associates will still pay property taxes on the building as it is valued now (at approximately $249,000). The property value will remain frozen for five years until the abatement expires. The project's financial advisor said the owners expect to invest roughly $1.25 million in the project, saying that it would be a dicey venture but one they think is worthwhile.
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FBI Warns Against Phone Scam

The FBI is warning local residents regarding a recent report of phone calls being received by area residents
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107 Seconds Planning Commission on August 25

The planning commission meeting this week lasted about a minute and a half
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