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Keep Cool When It's Hot

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 November 2010

City of Lee's Summit News

Open House for Lee’s Summit Home Renovated through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program set for 5 p.m. November 30

The first home renovated in Lee’s Summit through a program to stabilize communities suffering from foreclosures and/or abandoned properties will be celebrated with an open house hosted by the Builders Development Corporation (BDC) and the City of Lee’s Summit.

Holiday Cooking Safety

On Thanksgiving there are three times more kitchen fires than any other day of the year. According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) on Thanksgiving Day in 2008 fire departments across the nation responded to over 1,300 kitchen fires, well above the average of about 420 on a regular day.

City Receives “Aaa” rating from Moody’s

National credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service assigned a “Aaa” rating to the City of Lee’s Summit’s $5 million General Obligation (GO) Bonds Series 2010 sale on November 18 citing satisfactory financial operations despite volatile sales tax trends as a result of the economic downturn.

City of Lee’s Summit takes 3rd place in Digital Cities Survey!

The tenth annual Digital Cities Survey ranked Lee’s Summit as the third most advanced digital city in America (population category 75,000-125,000)!  The annual survey evaluates how information technology is incorporated into government operations to better serve our community. 

Sherwood Manufacturing building aka Arnold Hall is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places

The Sherwood Manufacturing building, also known as Arnold Hall, in downtown Lee’s Summit is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places – a crucial designation requirement in order for the structure to be considered for state and federal historic tax credits.

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