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City of Lee's Summit News

Now Accepting Applications for the Citizens Leadership Academy until December 20, 2017

The City of Lee’s Summit is accepting applications for the 2018 “Citizens Leadership Academy.”  The academy is free and open to Lee’s Summit residents who want to gain better insight into the operations of City government as well as to prepare for greater involvement in community leadership.

Age-Friendly Survey Results Are In!

This City of Lee’s Summit recently conducted a citywide survey to gather feedback from residents on “age-friendly” aspects within th...

Water line improvements ensure reliable services for future growth, existing customers

Lee's Summit Water Utilities is making improvements to the water distribution system to meet the projected demands of future growth and to increase the level of service for the existing customers located in the southeast portion of the Utility's service area. The City's contractor, Miles Excavating, will break ground this week on a water line improvement project that will upgrade water lines along U.S. 50 Highway from Blackwell Road to Harris Road.

 

Pine Completes Volunteer Services for City

The volunteer spirit is alive and well in Lee’s Summit, especially among our high school students.   Lee’s Summit North senior Lilian Pine reached out to Mayor Randy Rhoads this summer asking if the City had any volunteer opportunities.  City Manager Steve Arbo assigned the high school senior a project focused on finding other communities’ strategic plans that highlight the use of technology (social media) to engage a more diverse and broader range of citizens. Arbo also wanted Pine’s input on how to attract and engage her generation into community involvement and local government.

City receives Highest Possible Bond Rating, Aaa from Moody’s Investors Service

The City has received the highest possible bond rating, Aaa from Moody’s Investors Service. The new Aaa rating is assigned to the City’s $56.6 million in outstanding General Obligation Bonds, which includes $14.6 million new general obligation bonds to be sold on August 10, 2017. The rating is attributed to the City’s strong fiscal management, healthy reserve balance, growing tax base, favorable location in the Kansas City, MO metropolitan area; manageable debt and pension levels.
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