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April 15, 2014 11:31 PM

Government watch | Deli owner challenges Lee’s Summit on mural-like signs

A sign went up on the ’Bout Thyme Deli, but the city ordered owner Dave Kemp to paint it over. Now he’s fighting the rules. A downtown group wants rule changes, too, but not any that would help Kemp.

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