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Temporary Road Closure at intersection of SE Second and SE Johnson streets

August 21, 2014

The intersection of SE Second and SE Johnson streets in downtown Lee’s Summit, Mo., is temporarily closed Aug. 21, for an emergency utility repair. Detour routes are posted and City crews are working to make repairs, which are expected to be complete sometime on Friday, Aug. 22.

The following streets are impacted by the temporary road closures:

§  SE Second St. between SE Green St. and SE Grand Ave.

§  SE Johnson St. between SE Wilson and SE Cooper streets

For more information, contact Lee’s Summit Water Utilities at 816-969-1900.


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