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City’s Crews Plowing & Treating Streets Today, Sun., March 3

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City crews are plowing and treating streets today, Sun., March 3, and will continue overnight into Mon., March 4, after two to three inches of snow fell in the area. With accumulating snow ending at approximately 10 a.m. on Sun., March 3, the goal time for all streets to be plowed and treated is 6:30 p.m. on Mon., March 4. Residents can help the snow control process by removing obstacles such as vehicles, basketball hoops and trash cans from...

City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Sat., March 2 – Wed., March 6

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City crews are scheduled to work in 12-hour rotating shifts from the evening of Sat., March 2, through the morning of Wed., March 6, as another winter storm with accumulating snowfall is forecast for the area. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for Saturday into Sunday, with snowfall expected to begin Saturday evening and continuing overnight into Sunday. Travel conditions are expected to be hazardous during the storm.

City of Lee’s Summit Honored for Engineering Excellence

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The City of Lee’s Summit recently received recognition from the American Council of Engineering Companies for engineering excellence for a trio of innovative projects that have transformed the City’s infrastructure. The City received three Honor Awards at the 2019 Engineering Excellence Awards for improvements made to the Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport, the interchange at U.S. 50 and Route 291, and the interchange at U.S. 50 and Blackwell...

City’s Crews Treated Primary Streets Wed., Feb. 27

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City crews began treating primary streets in the early morning hours of Wed., Feb. 27, after freezing drizzle fell throughout the area. As of 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, pavement temperatures began to rise and conditions improved with some streets beginning to dry out. Crews will continue to monitor conditions and spot treat if needed.

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