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Second Amended Charter

While the Charter as a whole was adopted immediately upon the citizens’ vote, there were two areas where later effective dates were included in the recommendations: 

·      Section 3.13.  Legislative Procedures, subsections (e) and (f), regarding the reading and approval of ordinances, to be effective July 1, 2017; and,

·      Chapter 4. Mayor, to be effective after the April 2018 election for Mayor. 

In the following Charter, changes to these sections are shown in red, with a footnote containing an explanation.  The Charter will be updated again after each of the two effective dates. 

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Citizens in Lee’s Summit will join individuals from across the country to celebrate National Preservation Month in May. In our community, the observance will include the following activities: 

  • May Preservation Month Proclamation will be presented to members of the Lee’s Summit Historic Preservation Commission and the Historical Society of Lee’s Summit by Lee’s Summit Mayor Randy Rhoads during the Thurs., May 4, Lee’s Summit City Council Meeting. The meeting begins at 6:15 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 220 SE Green St., Lee’s Summit. 
  • See and learn the history behind Lee’s Summit residences included in the National Register Districts during the Historic Homes Walking Tour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., May 6. The tour will begin at 300 SE 5th Street and will be narrated by Lee’s Summit student volunteers. You can learn more details about these historic structures through the informational brochures being sold on the day of tour at 300 SE 5th St.  

For more information, contact City of Lee’s Summit Planner Shannon McGuire at 816.969.1603.