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City of Lee's Summit News

Meet Local Artist Bill Manginelli April 17 at City Hall

The City of Lee’s Summit invites you to meet Bill Manginelli and view his display of photographs on Thursday, April 17 from 5:30 - 7 p.m., in the lobby of City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit.  Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres as you talk with our local artist and enjoy his art.  Wine sampling is also available, compliments of Monetti’s Taste of Italy.

2014 Lee’s Summit Art & Artifacts Fair

Tell your story… with your Arts & Artifacts!  In an effort to identify cultural resources and encourage public education as it relates to historic preservation, the City of Lee’s Summit Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), in partnership with the Lee’s Summit Historical Society, will hold, for the first time, an “Art and Artifacts Fair” on Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 1 to 4 P.M. in the Lobby of Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit, in observance of May Preservation Month.

April 8, 2014 Unofficial Election Results

Below are the unofficial results of yesterday’s April 8, 2014 election. Once the election results are certified by Jackson and Cass counties, the City Clerk will swear in the new councilmembers during the last meeting of the existing City Council on April 24th.

City's long-time Public Works Director Chuck Owsley Announces Retirement

With an impressive career in public service spanning more than four decades, City of Lee’s Summit Public Works Director Chuck Owsley is retiring after spending 16 of those years leading one of the largest departments at the City.

Owsley announced his May 2, 2014 retirement in a letter sent to Lee’s Summit City Manager Stephen Arbo on April 1, 2014.

 

Compost Sale at Resource Recovery Park

Individuals with proof of Lee's Summit residency can purchase home grown, organic compost while supplies last at a 50% discount at the Resource Recovery Park (RRP), located at 2101 SE Hamblen Road. The compost is produced by the natural decomposition of grass, leaves and ground plants.

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