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Fastest Council Special Session On Record

By Mary Pechar
Features@lstribune.net

Thursday night’s special session of the Lee’s Summit City Council meeting lasted less than five minutes.  The three month extension of the existing contract with Town & Country for use of the City Landfill garnered neither public comments nor Council discussion. The extension also clarifies an ongoing dispute regarding contract interpretation. The rate will be a contract rate of $17 per ton.

The letter from Deffenbaugh, Inc. regarding future plans for the landfill was not discussed.



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