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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 Completed Plowing and Treating Residential Streets on Sat., Feb. 16

City’s Crews Completed Plowing and Treating Residential Streets on Sat., Feb. 16

City crews completed plowing and treating residential streets early Saturday evening. Lee’s Summit received only a dusting late Saturday night and overnight into Sunday, and a small crew will be working until noon on Sun., Feb. 17, to address any issues which may arise.

 

City’s Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Sat., Feb. 16

City’s Crews Plowing and Treating Residential Streets Today, Sat., Feb. 16

City crews have completed plowing and treating primary and secondary streets, and will be plowing and treating residential streets today, Sat., Feb. 16. It may take up to 32.5 hours after the accumulating snow ended on Friday for crews to plow and treat all streets in the city, and the goal is to be complete by 12:09 a.m. on Sun., Feb. 17. Some snow will continue to be packed to streets even after being plowed and treated.

City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Fri., Feb. 15 – Mon., Feb. 18

City’s Crews Scheduled to Work Fri., Feb. 15 – Mon., Feb. 18

City crews are scheduled to plow and treat streets throughout the weekend and into early next week as several rounds of snow, freezing drizzle, and more snow move through the area. Crews are scheduled on 12-hour rotating shifts from Fri., Feb. 15, through Mon., Feb. 18. Periods of heavy snow are expected throughout the day Friday, followed by freezing drizzle, and streets are expected to be slick. Depending on total snow accumulations, it may take crews from 32.5...
City’s Crews Completed Treating All Streets on Sun., Feb. 10

City’s Crews Completed Treating All Streets on Sun., Feb. 10

City crews completed treating all primary, secondary and residential streets on Sun., Feb. 10. The salt treatment, warmer temperatures and traffic will continue to help break up remaining ice/sleet.

City’s Crews Scheduled to Treat Streets Late Sat., Feb. 9, and Overnight into Sun., Feb. 10

City’s Crews Scheduled to Treat Streets Late Sat., Feb. 9, and Overnight into Sun., Feb. 10

City crews are scheduled to treat streets with salt, and plow as necessary, late Sat., Feb. 9, and overnight into Sun., Feb. 10, as another round of freezing rain/drizzle and snow is forecast for the area. With warmer temperatures in the forecast, this salt treatment will also help to break up remaining ice/sleet on streets. The City will be operating at a Level 2 response, which means it can take crews up to 24 hours after accumulation ends to treat all...
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