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Jackson County Circuit Court Rules Votes Not to Be Counted for Thomas Strannigan

The Independence Jackson County Circuit Court  ruled on March 31, 2017 that the following sign be placed at each polling location where the race for mayor of Lake Lotawana appears on the ballot: 
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Lake Lotawana Mayoral Candidate Withdraws Name from Race

Thomas Strannigan has withdrawn his name as a candidate for Lake Lotawana mayor, although the outcome of the election may not be so straightforward.
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The Arrest of Thomas O. Strannigan.

Let us now be crystal clear and list the facts of the drug arrest according to court documents:

[TOS will be used to represent Thomas O. Strannigan III]
[JCDTF represents the Jackson County Drug Task Force]
On May 7th, 1996 TSO violated RSMo 195.214 by selling 4.59 grams of cocaine for $220.00 to an undercover member of the JCDTF at 1000 NE Colbern Rd., Lee’s Summit, MO, within 1000 feet of Underwood Elementary school.

On May 17th, 1996 TSO violated RSMo 195.214 by selling 3.53 grams of cocaine for $250.00 to an undercover member of the JCDTF at 1000 NE Colbern Rd., Lee’s Summit, MO, within 1000 feet of Underwood Elementary school.

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Investigation Continues into Mayoral Candidate’s Felony Conviction

The Lee’s Summit Tribune is continuing to follow and cooperate with the City of Lake Lotawana’s investigation into charges that a current mayoral candidate pled guilty to a Class A felony for distributing a controlled substance in proximity to a school.

The Tribune’s investigative reporter was preparing a report on the same candidate’s previous employment with the City of Lake Lotawana and the details of the termination of that employment, found an entry in Missouri Case.NET for the candidate. Missouri Case.NET is a web site (https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcome.do) by the Missouri Court System listing both criminal and civil complaints. The website can only be used for informational purposes, and does not certify the conviction.
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Lake Lotawana Area Hit with High Winds

Residents of Lake Lotawana endured their own frightful weather Monday night. Lake Lotawana Police Chief Randal Wilson described the conditions left after the storm blew through.

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Fire Damages Lake Lotawana Home

A fire caused significant damage to a home on Lake Lotawana’s east side late Sunday night.

Lotawana Fire Protection District, along with automatic aid from Prairie Township Fire Protection District, was dispatched at 9:26 p.m. on Sunday, March 4, 2017 to a reported residential structure fire at 49 X Street. 
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The Lotawana Minute, February 16, 2017

After talking to a good number of citizens, and discussions with the Board Members, we have made a decision to table the proposal to enter a cost sharing model for police services with the Blue Springs Police Department.
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Lake Lotawana Residents Turn Out to Weigh Policing Proposals

During the Lake Lotawana Board of Alderman work session held Tuesday, February 7, approximately 150 people from the community attended to voice their questions and concerns regarding the proposal to turn policing services over to the Blue Springs Police Department. 

The meeting was held at Lake Lotawana Community United Methodist Church. What may not have been expected was how quickly the talk went from the City of Blue Springs to the Jackson County Sheriff’s department.
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The Lake Lotawana Mayor's Column

One of the reasons our City has suffered a number of lawsuits is because of our lack of process and professionalism
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The Mayor's Column Sept. 17, 2016

Like all United States government processes, local municipal government is slow, diplomatic, and deliberate by design
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