Budgets and mediation

The City's budget for the next year has been approved and Jason & Nick discuss what the LS R-7's School District's new plan for mediation between the Board of Education and the Superintendent means for its equity plan.

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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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Monday morning NewsLink

Your Monday morning NewsLink: Emerald Isle Parade honors community icon Ferrell Shuck; snow days push LS R-7 District’s last day to May 30; St. Michael Academy plans benefit event for March 2; Campbell Middle Schooler garners state-wide recognition; Summit Theatre group opens new show on Friday; and the LS Chamber gets set for its next candidate forum.

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Thank you & good on ya. Stop that! And what does this really mean?

This week, Jason and Nick take a brief moment to thank and recognize former City Council member Diane Seif, who passed away last week, before breaking down a pair of issues currently facing our community. First, a public spat between the mayor and a District 1 Council member surrounding discussion on the now-denied Allera housing development; and second, a law suit filed last week against the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District.

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Monday NewsLink: Scholarships; the Stanley Cup comes to LS; LSR7 performance review; awards & more

Your Monday morning NewsLink: Greater Lee’s Summit Healthcare Foundation offers scholarships; the Stanley Cup is coming to town; the LSR7 performance review is released; LSEDC garners an ward; and Summit Theatre Group is gearing up for its first performance of 2019.

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Monday NewsLink: Benefits, events and R-7 Board candidates highlight the news

Your Monday morning NewsLink: Benefit trivia nights for Pro Deo Youth Center and Lee’s Summit Historical Society are coming up; Velocity LS is talking about setting goals; McAlister’s is helping Summit Theatre Group and the R-7 Board of Education ballot is set for April 2.

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