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Entries for March 2014

City of Lee's Summit News

Compost Sale at Resource Recovery Park

Individuals with proof of Lee's Summit residency can purchase home grown, organic compost while supplies last at a 50% discount at the Resource Recovery Park (RRP), located at 2101 SE Hamblen Road. The compost is produced by the natural decomposition of grass, leaves and ground plants.

Tax Preparation Service Helps Residents

The City of Lee’s Summit, in partnership with the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of Kansas City, conducted another successful fre...

City Hosts Blood Drive: March10 from 1 – 4 p.m. in front of City Hall

The City of Lee’s Summit’s will host a blood drive March 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. in front of Lee’s Summit City Hall, 220 SE Green Street. Visit www.esavealifenow.org and enter the code “cityleessummit” to sign-up for the “CARING … it’s in our blood” event.

 

Crews Plowing & Treating Streets Overnight Sunday, March 2

City of Lee’s Summit snow removal crews will continue plowing and treating secondary and residential streets overnight, Sunday, March 2. Primary roads will be plowed and treated by 9 p.m. tonight.

With extremely low temperatures expected tonight, the chance for snow melting will not begin to occur until Monday, March 3, when the sunshine arrives with a high near only 14 degrees. Residents are asked to use caution when driving and walking on pavement.

 

Winter Weather Response Update: March 2

City of Lee’s Summit snow removal crews continue plowing primary, secondary and residential streets today, Sunday, March 2, after receiving an inch of sleet/snow mixture on roadways Saturday, March 1. The City is not treating roads at this time; however, once the next round of snow expected today ends, salt will be applied to roadways. With extremely low temperatures expected tonight, the chance for snow melting will not begin to occur until Monday, March 3, when the sunshine arrives with a high of only 15 degrees.

Because of the sleet/snow accumulation, the roadways are slick. Please continue to use caution when driving and walking on pavement if you have to venture out today. If you do not have to be out on the roadways today, it is a good idea to remain inside.

 

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