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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 Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Wednesday, Feb. 17

City Crews Plowing and Treating Streets Today, Wednesday, Feb. 17

After another round of snow, the City’s crews are plowing and treating streets today, Wednesday, Feb. 17, and will continue overnight into Thursday, Feb. 18. Working at a Level 3 response with a goal time of 32.5 hours, crews expect to complete plowing and treating all streets by 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 18. Crews are nearing completion of primary streets, and are approximately halfway complete with secondary streets. Crews have also started plowing and...
City Crews Set to Continue Plowing & Treating Residential Streets Today, Tuesday, Feb. 16

City Crews Set to Continue Plowing & Treating Residential Streets Today, Tuesday, Feb. 16

After more snow on Monday, Feb. 15, the City’s crews plowed and treated primary streets overnight, and will continue plowing and treating residential streets today, Tuesday, Feb. 16. Extremely low temperatures will continue to limit the effectiveness of deicing materials; however, crews are now mixing brine and calcium chloride in with salt treatments which can help with melting at lower temperatures. Another round of snow is expected late Tuesday and overnight...
City Crews Treating and Plowing Residential Streets Monday, Feb. 15

City Crews Treating and Plowing Residential Streets Monday, Feb. 15

City crews are treating and plowing residential streets today. Primary and secondary roads are complete. The extremely cold temperatures will limit the effectiveness of deicing materials. Roads may become slick and residents should use caution when driving. The City will continue to monitor the weather and adjust its response accordingly. 

City Crews Treating and Plowing Primary Streets, Sunday, Feb. 14

City Crews Treating and Plowing Primary Streets, Sunday, Feb. 14

City crews began treating primary streets at 7 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 14. Crews are scheduled to work around the clock into Monday, treating roadways and plowing if snow accumulates. 

The extremely cold temperatures will limit the effectiveness of deicing materials. Roads may become slick and residents should use caution when driving. The City will continue to monitor the weather and adjust its response accordingly. 

City Crews Completed Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today

City Crews Completed Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today

The City’s crews completed plowing and treating residential streets today, Thursday, Feb. 11. Due to extremely cold temperatures, some streets may continue to be snow packed and slick. In addition, any snow which has melted during the day can quickly refreeze overnight. Residents should use caution and drive for the conditions.

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