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Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street Approaches The Future

During Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Streets’ (DLSMS) Awards Dinner and Annual Meeting, Tuesday night, June 30th, at Emaline Ballroom, it was time to celebrate and to recognize those individuals that supported Downtown Lee’s Summit this last fiscal year 2014-2015.
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Lee's Summit Police Investigate Fatal Accident

On 7/3/15 at approximately 6:00 a.m. emergency crews were called to the northbound lanes of Blue Parkway near Colbern Road.
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City of Lee’s Summit Assessing Damage and Continuing Clean-up after Damaging Storms

 
As the City of Lee’s Summit begins to recover from the severe weather impacting our area on Wednesday, July 1, the assessment of damage to structures and property as well as clean-up is underway throughout the community.
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City of Lee’s Summit Begins Clean-up Following Damaging Storms on July 1


The City of Lee’s Summit is currently assessing damage from several storms that passed through the area including a tornado that touched down momentarily in the area of NE Douglas Street between NE Victoria Drive, and NE Tudor Road, and a second funnel that was reported later in the evening at M-150 Highway and Ward Road. In addition to tornadoes and damaging wind, flash flooding closed some roads and damaged some structures in the southern portion of the City. As the storms left the area, the number of storm damage reports and requests for service diminished and the City’s Emergency Operations Center closed.
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Jackson County to set off biggest fireworks shell in the U.S. on July 4th

Big Bang 4th of July celebration features live music, kids games

Jackson County is definitely putting the BIG in its Big Bang 4th of July celebration. The county will light up the sky over Longview Lake when it launches the largest fireworks shell being shot off in the United States.
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Legacy Blast Fireworks Thursday, July 2, 2015

Thursday, July 2, 2015
Gates open at 6 p.m.
Legacy Park, 1201 NE Legacy Park Dr.
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Council Considering Committee Alternates

The city council may alter their committee assignments to allow for the appointment of alternates.
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Lee’s Summit & Smithville Men Indicted For Internet Child Pornography Offenses

Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that a Lee’s Summit, Mo., man and a Smithville, Mo., man were indicted by a federal grand jury today, in separate and unrelated cases involving child pornography.

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Lake Lotawana Fireworks

Fireworks are prohibited in Lake Lotawana. Chief Miller and his team will be taking the following steps to ensure everyone is safe as we celebrate!
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Celebrate Independence Day And Lee’s Summit’s 150 Birthday Safely

As you celebrate Independence Day along with the City’s Sesquicentennial, please do so responsibly, and follow the City’s fireworks rules. Residents with a city permit may use approved fireworks on July 2nd and 3rd between the 10 a.m. and 11 p.m., and on July 4th between the hours of 10 a.m. and midnight.

Fireworks may be purchased within the city limits after June 23rd from one of the twenty approved vendor tents. A “2015 Lee’s Summit Fireworks Permit” is required to discharge fireworks within the city, and can be obtained at City Hall, one of the authorized fireworks vendors, or it can be downloaded at cityofls.net.

The permit is free of charge and provides specific guidelines for fireworks use. Only one permit is required per household. Fireworks may only be discharged on property owned or controlled by the by the person using the fireworks. Fireworks cannot be used on public property. 
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