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City of Lee's Summit News

Congratulations 2016 Employee of the Year

Congratulations to the City of Lee's Summit's 2016 Employee of the Year Gene Williams, a senior staff engineer in the Development Services Department. The announcement was made at the City's annual Holiday Party on Sat., Dec. 10, in Unity Village.

Lee’s Summit Voters Approve a $14.5 Million No-Tax Increase Bond Initiative for Public Safety Improvements

The City of Lee’s Summit’s history of overwhelming support for ballot issues continued on Tuesday, November 8, with the approval of a $14.5 million no-tax increase bond election that will fund replacing the current Fire Station No. 3, replacing older air packs for fire personnel, upgrading the radio system for public safety and improving network capability at City-owned buildings and facilities. Lee’s Summit has not had a failed City-initiated no-tax increase ballot question since 1995.

City of Lee’s Summit Approves MOU with John Knox Village for land to locate a new Fire Station No. 3

At its Nov. 3 meeting, the Lee’s Summit City Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding by and between the City and John Knox Village for the terms and conditions associated with the potential transfer of property located on NW Pryor Road for use as a new Fire Station No. 3.

This is a 2.28-acre plot of undeveloped land on the west side of Pryor Road.

Lee’s Summit is Best Place to Live

Congratulations Lee’s Summit on making Money Magazine’s list of Best Places to Live 2016 ranking as the best place to live in the state of Missouri and 43 on the list of Top 50 best places to live in the country.

“We have been fortunate to have engaged citizens throughout our community who are active in our many civic and governmental boards and committees. Their commitment to public service has helped us make good decisions regarding our current challenges and how to build a better community for the future. I am grateful to these individuals and credit should be given to them for this wonderful recognition,” said Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads.

Changes to Recycling Availability at Lee's Summit Schools

Beginning with the start of the new school year on Aug. 17, 2016, the recycling bins located in the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District parking lots will now be designated for school and student use only.
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