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Jackson County Beaches To Open Memorial Day Weekend

Get your lawn chairs, picnic baskets and sunscreen ready for a summer of fun at the Blue Springs Lake and Longview Lake Beaches.

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City Council Passes New Identity Theft Ordinance

A new ordinance amending Chapter 17, Article IV titled "Offenses Against Property" of the City Charter was approved Thursday night by the City Council. The ordinance went into effect upon approval.

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Donnie Rodgers, Jr. honored as Main Street America Revitalization Professional

The National Main Street Center is pleased to announce that Donnie Rodgers, Jr.  of Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street, Inc. in Lee’s Summit, Missouri is among the first cohort of recipients of the Main Street America Revitalization Professional credential, the highest credential achievable through the Main Street America Institute. Rodgers was recognized along with eight other recipients from across the country at the 2017 Main Street Now Conference in Pittsburgh, Pa., on May 3, 2017. 

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City Council Hears the Proposed FY18 Budget

City Council members voted unanimously to direct staff to prepare an ordinance for approval of the FY18 Budget. City Manager Steve Arbo presented the numbers during the May 18 regular Council meeting.

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Public Works Committee Hears Details about Weekend Landfill Fire

Public Works Committee members, including Committee Chair Dave Mosby, and members Committee members Mayor Pro-tem Rob Binney and Councilmember Phyllis Edson, heard more details about the fire that occurred at the city's landfill over the weekend. Chris Bussen, Solid Waste Superintendent for the City of Lee's Summit, addressed the public works committee with this month's tonnage numbers for the city landfill. 

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Public Works Committee Amends the CIP Plan in Consideration of the Fifth Terrace Projects

Members of the Public Works Committee voted Tuesday, May 16th to approve a recommendation for an amendment to the CIP regarding the  Fifth Terrace Improvement Project. Committee Chair Dave Mosby moved to recommend to the City Council to direct the city manager to "amend the scope of services to the Fifth Street Bridge to the work completed and the hydrology studies."
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City Hears New Longview Project Status Report

Members of City Council heard an update on the status of the New Longview Project during the May 18 meeting. Assistant City Manager Mark Dunning told the City Council that he felt it was beneficial to update the Council on the status of the project since the approval of the TIF back in December of 2016.

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City Council Reluctantly Approves Amendment to UDO for Telecommunication Towers

Two members of the Lee's Summit City Council expressed "disdain" before voting to approve an amendment to the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) regarding the regulation and the structures and revision of cell phone towers. Approval of the ordinance brought the City into compliance with state law. Planning Commission members voted to recommend approval of the ordinance to the Council at the April 25 meeting. 

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Lee’s Summit Couple National Contest Winners

A Lee’s Summit couple are the lucky “Grand Prize” winners of an expense paid trip to Hollywood to view the premier of the film “Wonder Woman.”
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Lee’s Summit Resident Receives Kindest Kansas Citian Award

Recently Karl Jensen, 61, of Lee’s Summit was awarded a 2017 Kindest Kansas Citian award. With an impressive beard, pierced ears, black clothes and skull patches—Jensen, or “Krazy Karl”, may not be the most obvious choice at first glance, but he is one of the most deserving. 

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