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City of Lee’s Summit Appoints Glenda Masters as Cultural Arts Manager

The City of Lee’s Summit is pleased to announce Glenda Masters has joined the City as cultural arts manager on Monday, March 5. In this position, Masters will be responsible for the management, development and coordination of public cultural art programs including providing administrative support to the Lee’s Summit Arts Council.

New Approaches Published for Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport (KLXT) on Feb. 1

New local Instrument Approach Procedures (IAPs) for runway 18-36 at the Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport (KLXT), 2751 NE Douglas St., Lee’s Summit, Mo., were published on Feb. 1, by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The new IAPs provide official confirmation from the FAA of the 5,501 ft. length of runway 18-36. 

Joe Snook is Appointed Administrator of Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation

The Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Joe Snook as the Administrator of Parks and Recreation effective January 27, 2018. 

Snook, who has been with Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation for over sixteen years, has served as Interim Administrator of the department since the retirement of the previous Administrator, Tom Lovell, after 38 years of service. 

Lee’s Summit recognized as a Community for All Ages

The City of Lee’s Summit was recently named a “Community for All Ages,” which recognizes its work to become more age friendly. The recognition program encourages communities to respond positively to the rapid increase in the older adult population and to adopt policies and programs that make the region a great place for residents of all ages to live and age well.

Lee’s Summit City Attorney Brian Head Awarded the Governor’s Conspicuous Service Medal

Brian Head, city attorney for the City of Lee’s Summit, was awarded the Governor’s Conspicuous Service Medal by Brigadier General William A. Ward at a ceremony on November 6 at the Missouri National Guard Armory in Joplin, Missouri. The award recognizes Head’s exceptional service to the State of Missouri and the Nation in support of State Emergency Duty during the catastrophic EF5-rated tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri on May 22, 2011.
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