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Community for All Ages

Find out what steps the City is taking to become a Community for All Ages

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City of Lee's Summit News

City’s Government Access Channel, (LSTV) now available on Google TV, channel 143

The City of Lee’s Summit’s Government Access Channel (LSTV), is now available on Google TV, channel 143, reaching more Lee’s Summit residents.

LSTV provides live and rebroadcast coverage of various public city meetings, including Lee’s Summit City Council, Planning Commission and other committees. Lee’s Summit R-7 School District Board meetings have been recently added to the LSTV rebroadcast lineup.  LSTV also broadcasts information promoting City services and regulations, upcoming city events, public service announcements as well as emergency information, when needed.

Building a Community for All Ages

A Community for All Ages is a program that recognizes communities that have taken steps to become more welcoming to residents of all ages and, in the process, are more vibrant, healthy and prosperous.  Lee’s Summit can earn one of three levels of recognition representing the extent of work in becoming a Community for All Ages: Bronze, Silver or Gold.

New Council Committee & Council Liaison Appointments

On June 1, 2017, Mayor Pro Tem Binney appointed new Council Committee & Council liaison members with the consensus of the City Council. The Committee chairs will begin setting new meeting dates and times, so

Lee’s Summit 2017 Citizen of the Year: Mr. Laurence Pressly

Mayor Randy Rhoads has selected Mr. Laurence Pressly as the 2017 Citizen of the Year for the Truman Heartland Community Foundation and the Missouri Municipal League Civic Leadership Award.

Mr. Laurence Pressly, a life-long Lee’s Summit resident, has served the community and region in numerous ways. 

Fred DeMoro to fill District 4 Councilmember Seat

At the May 11, 2017, City Council meeting, the Mayor and Council selected Fred DeMoro as the next person to fill the vacant seat in District 4.  The selection was made after hearing a brief presentation to the City Council from each of the ten citizens from District 4 who submitted applications for the position. After the presentations were completed, the Councilmembers directed several questions to the applicants to assist with their decision.  Mr. DeMoro was selected based upon a majority vote approval by the City Council. 
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