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Google Fiber Construction in Lee’s Summit

Residents can expect to see Google subcontractors working within the City’s right-of-way and utility easements. As is typical with underground utility work of this scale, digging could be required in your area. Residents should receive door hangars from Google Fiber prior to construction activity beginning in their neighborhood.

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City of Lee's Summit News

Out-of-State Motor Vehicle Sales Tax

On Tuesday, August 2, Lee's Summit voters will be presented with two ballot questions. The first is a question regarding the continuation of the Out-of-State Motor Vehicle Sales Tax. The Second question is asking voters to consider extending the ¼ cent Park sales tax for 15 years to fund future capital projects and operations. Read more...

Lee’s Summit Road Open to Through Traffic

Lee’s Summit Road re-opened to through traffic as of Tuesday, July 12, and all detour signage has been removed. Construction will continue along Lee’s Summit Road as the contractor completes phases 3 and 4 of the project. Drivers are reminded to use caution as the corridor is still an active work zone.

City Begins Accepting Minor Home Repair Program Applications on July 1

Do you need to make some minor exterior home repairs or minor private sanitary sewer improvements? The City of Lee’s Summit’s Minor Home Repair (MHR) program may be worth considering.

Lee’s Summit’s 2016 Citizens of the Year: Nick and Jennie Swearngin

Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads is pleased to announce his selection of long-time entrepreneurs Jonathan “Nick” and Jennifer “Jennie” Swearngin as the recipients of both the 2016 Truman Heartland Community Foundation Citizen of the Year and the Missouri Municipal League Civic Leadership Award because of their long-time support of the community, in particular Hope House.

City Manager Steve Arbo Appointed to Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee

Lee’s Summit City Manager Stephen Arbo has been appointed to serve as co-chair of the Regional Homeland Security Coordinating Committee (RHSCC) – a policy committee of the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) Board of Directors. MARC Board Chair Curt Skoog announced City Manager Arbo’s appointment to the committee. “Steve is ideally suited for this role—he has strong insights into public safety systems, he is skillful in helping diverse groups coalesce around common goals, and he is well regarded for his fair and thoughtful approach to public service,” said Chairman Skoog, who also serves as a city council member in Overland Park, Kansas.
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