Your Monday NewsLink

The news, happenings and events from around Lee's Summit — your Monday NewsLink for the week of October 7, 2019 is here.

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The ordinances, they are aligning

The City of Lee's Summit continues its work to align its ordinances with new state law concerning the use of medical marijuana. Nick and Jason offer a little insight into this process, as well as a few other tidbits from around the community.

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Monday NewsLink

The news, happenings and events from around Lee's Summit — your Monday NewsLink for the week of July 8, 2019 is here.

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Monday NewsLink

The news, happenings and events from around Lee's Summit — your Monday NewsLink is here.

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Previews, reviews, bragging & teasing

The Lee's Summit City Council appears ready to put a no-tax increase bond issue before the voters in August. The City's asking for your input on affordable housing in our community. Oh, and Nick has a little bragging to do.

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Friday conversation: Shuck family remembers their father & community icon, Ferrell Shuck

Nick sits down with Julie Doane and Beverly Shuck to remember their father, former publisher of the Lee’s Summit Journal and community icon, Ferrell Shuck. Shuck passed away in December 2018 and his family will serve as grand marshal of the Downtown Emerald Isle Parade in his honor.

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Pay raises and election talk

Jason and Nick sum up the City’s recent labor agreements with its three represented groups and talk about some of the issues facing voters before next month’s Lee’s Summit R-7 Board of Education election.

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Monday morning NewsLink

Your Monday morning NewsLink: Awards for Mason Elementary students; the SCA Eagle Egg 5K; Rotary Club of LS; Velocity LS networking events; and Dan Manley named interim LSFD Chief.

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Three ways to make your voice heard

Every episode begins with “a weekly podcast about what you can do to make a difference.” This week, Jason and Nick are talking about three separate opportunities for residents and business owners to offer their input on local issues, housing development and the City’s future planning processes. Oh, and Nick admits to being really bad at self-promotion.

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Your Monday morning NewsLink

Your Monday morning NewsLink: LS Parks 7 Recreation launches RevUp program, opens youth girls volleyball registration; Downtown LS receives state-wide honor; Dr. David Sharp named new principal at Pleasant Lea Middle School; Six female students earn recognition from the National Center for Women and Information Technology; and two top members of the City’s leadership team have announced their retirement plans.

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Here comes the pitch; will the Council decide to swing

Here they are, digging into the batter's box. Thursday's public meeting marks the Lee's Summit City Council's 4th trip to plate and Lee's Summit Town Hall hosts Jason Norbury and Nick Parker wonder if once again they'll keep the bat on their shoulders and watch the pitch go by.

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