Health Education Advisory Board
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The Health Education Advisory Board (HEAB) was created on June 21, 2001, by Resolution 01-14, as one of the Key Performance Areas identified in the 1999 update of the Lee's Summit 21st Century Strategic Plan. The board is comprised of 12-volunteer members serving three-year terms, appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of a majority of the City Council.
The role of the board is to assess health issues in the community, educate the public and appropriate government agencies about identified needs, develop plans to address health issues, and evaluate the effectiveness of said efforts.
Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm, at the John Knox Village Admin. Board Room, 400 NW Murray Road, Lee's Summit, Missouri, 64081.