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Admission fees into Legacy Park, Gamber and Harris Park Community Centers will be reduced to half price on all days the National Weather Service issues Excessive Heat Warnings for the months June, July and August. During business hours, Mid-Continent Libraries are also good cooling centers. Call United Way 2-1-1 for assistance or information about public cooling centers.

Entries for October 2014

City of Lee's Summit News

City Names Public Works Director

The City of Lee’s Summit is pleased to announce the appointment of Dena Mezger, P.E., to the position of Director of the Public Works Department, effective today, Oct. 27, 2014. Mezger, who was a deputy director and City engineer for the Public Works Department, has been serving as the acting director of the department since the retirement of Chuck Owsley on May 2, 2014. 


Minor Home Repair Program Accepting Applications

If you are in need of minor exterior home repairs or minor private sanitary sewer improvements, the City’s Minor Home Repair program is worth considering. The City will accept applications for this program from now until December 1, 2014.

Changes in City’s Administration Department

The City of Lee’s Summit announced today, Oct. 24, Deputy City Manager Brian Scott is leaving the organization effective Fri., Oct. 31, 2014.

“It has been an honor to work with Brian for almost 10 years. During most of that time, he has served as deputy city manager as well as in the capacity of “acting city manager” in my absence,” said Lee’s Summit City Manager Steve Arbo. 

Lee’s Summit Fire Department Hosts Awards Ceremony

On Saturday, October 18, the Lee’s Summit Fire Department held an Awards Ceremony at the Abundant Life Church. The ceremony honored six retiring department members for their dedicated service to the City, and recognized others with service awards and medals for overall service or for their actions during specific events.

Resource Recovery Park Debuts New Mulch Bays

The City of Lee’s Summit’s Resource Recovery Park (RRP), 2101 SE Hamblen Road, recently completed a new customer-friendly structure for finished mulch storage. Stained mulch in three colors (red, black, and brown) is available for purchase for $16 per cubic yard from the RRP by contractors, businesses, and the public.

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