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Trooper Talk: Boating & Thunderstorms Don't Mix

When a thunderstorm looms on the horizon, it’s time to get ashore. Lightning, torrential rain, and rough waters can turn a pleasurable outing into a life-threatening situation in moments. An unaware boater or fisherman can be taken by surprise, and not realize the danger a thunderstorm brings. Severe conditions can quickly overwhelm smaller craft, resulting in swamping, capsizing, collisions, falls overboard, and other dangerous occurrences. Some thunderstorms can create microbursts-intense downdrafts over an area a half-mile to 2.5 miles wide-capable of producing wind gusts from 60 mph to more than 100 mph. Microbursts can capsize a small boat or blow a passenger overboard. 
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LSR7 Board Approves Personnel and Salary Changes

During the Public Comments portion of the Lee’s Summit R-7 School Board Meeting on March 16, Sherri Mansfield expressed her concerns about recent changes in the district’s Special Services department. 
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Joe Snook, Assistant Parks Administrator, Unanimously Voted in as Interim Administrator

At the March 22, 2017 Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation (LSPR) Board Meeting, the Board voted unanimously to make Joe Snook the Interim LSPR Administrator. 
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Former Lee’s Summit Councilmember Bob Johnson Shares Concerns over the Proposed Charter Amendments

With the April 4 election looming, Johnson weighed in on his concerns over proposed changes to the Lee’s Summit City Charter.
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Dave Mosby Weighs in on Charter Concerns

Lee’s Summit voters will cast their votes on April 4 for several ballot measures, including proposed changes to the City of Lee’s Summit Charter. Dave Mosby has expressed his concerns over the charter amendments. The Lee’s Summit Tribune sat down with Dave Mosby to understand his concerns.

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Proposed Amendments to the Lee’s Summit Charter

The following questions will be presented to Lee’s Summit voters on April 4, 2017.
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ENDORSEMENT By Driedzic

Jacqueline (Jackie McEntire) Clark announced today that Mark Dziedzic, who has suspended his campaign for Lee's Summit R-7 School Board, will support her for a position on the board.

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Cars Towed from Red Racks Parking Lot

Over the past few weeks, reports have circulated about a parking issue at the Red Rack’s Thrift Store located at 203 SE Third Street in downtown Lee’s Summit. The vehicles of after-hours noncustomers have been towed, reportedly at great expense to the owners.
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Planning Commission Discusses Cell Tower, Norbury Places Future Applicants on Notice

Planning commissioners considered applications for a preliminary development plan and a special use permit for a cell tower located at 244 NW Executive Way, Lee’s Summit
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Three Lee’s Summit R-7 Teachers Named Lee’s Summit VFW Teachers of the Year

Annie Norris, Michael Haase and Tavish Whiting, all Lee’s Summit R-7 teachers, were recently honored through the Lee's Summit Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5789, Smart/Maher National Citizenship Education Teacher Award
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