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Latest Airport Improvements Unveiled

Latest Airport Improvements Unveiled

Lee’s Summit City leaders and over 80 guests celebrated the completion of Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport’s new t-hangars with a ribbon cutting ceremony held Friday, August 10.

With 28 total units, the two new buildings should be fully occupied by September. Total project cost was approximately $2.6 million.

Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) served as the engineering consultant on the project. B. Dean Construction of Lee’s Summit was responsible for the project’s construction.

For more information contact Airport Manager John Ohrazda at 816.969.1180.

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City's Crews Preparing for Chance of Freezing Drizzle or Snow Nov. 17-18

City's Crews Preparing for Chance of Freezing Drizzle or Snow Nov. 17-18

City's Crews Preparing for Chance of Freezing Drizzle or Snow Nov. 17-18

City crews are preparing for a chance of freezing drizzle or snow late tonight, Sat., Nov. 17, and overnight into Sun., Nov. 18. Crews are scheduled to begin treating roadways at midnight and will continue early Sunday as necessary.




 

City’s Crews Treating Streets Today, Monday, Nov. 12, and Overnight Into Tuesday, Nov. 13

City’s Crews Treating Streets Today, Monday, Nov. 12, and Overnight Into Tuesday, Nov. 13

City’s Crews Treating Streets Today, Monday, Nov. 12, and Overnight Into Tuesday, Nov. 13
City crews are out treating streets today, Monday, Nov. 12, and will continue overnight into Tuesday, Nov. 13. Salt treatment and warm pavement temperatures prevented early morning snowfall from sticking to streets; however, as pavement temperatures fall Monday night, streets are expected to become slick overnight and into the Tuesday morning commute. It can take crews up to 24 hours after the snow ends to treat all streets within the city. Residents should use...
City's Crews Preparing for Snow Nov. 11-12

City's Crews Preparing for Snow Nov. 11-12

City's Crews Preparing for Snow Nov. 11-12
City crews are preparing for snow tonight, Sunday, Nov. 11, and overnight into Monday, Nov. 12. Crews are scheduled to treat roadways overnight and into the morning as pavement temperatures fall below freezing. The Monday morning commute may be slick, and residents should use caution at intersections and on elevated services such as bridges and overpasses.  A second round of snow is expected on Monday, Nov. 12, and crews are scheduled to plow and...
City’s Crews to Treat Main Roadways and Bridges Early Friday Morning

City’s Crews to Treat Main Roadways and Bridges Early Friday Morning

City’s Crews to Treat Main Roadways and Bridges Early Friday Morning

City crews are scheduled to begin treating main roadways and bridges with salt in the early morning hours of Friday, Nov. 9, and will continue throughout the morning commute. Roadways may become slick in the morning as pavement temperatures fall below freezing, and residents should use caution at intersections and on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses. The City will continue to monitor the weather forecast and update its response accordingly.

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